Apple released their iOS 10.3 software update recently and now Apple has revealed that the update fixes the bug that caused the handset to call 911 when an exploit was triggered on a device.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Apple has now confirmed tat this flaw has been fixed in the iOS 10.3 update.
The code only triggered 911 calls from iPhones, exploiting a feature in the smartphone’s software that allows users to click on a phone number and immediately initiate a call.
Apple says the update supersedes that capability and now requires users to always press a second confirmation before initiating a call.
If you haven’t downloaded the iOS 10.3 update you can download it now as an over the air update for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
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