Apple has patched, for the second time, a vulnerability in the iOS kernel that has been used in jailbreak tools.
Two vulnerabilities affecting the Mail app in iOS have been used in targeted attacks and one of the flaws requires no user interaction for exploitation.
Researchers from Google Project Zero uncovered a multiyear campaign that targeted iPhones with sophisticated exploit chains delivered through hacked websites.
A bug in iOS can allow an attacker to brick an iPhone by sending one malicious iMessage.
Sign in with Apple is coming in iOS 13, and the company will allow users to share unique, disposable email addresses with apps to help prevent data collection.