IOS 11.0.3 Fixes iPhone 7 Audio and Haptic Feedback Issues

iOS Phishing Attack Masks Itself As Apple-Style Password Request

Proof-of-concept demonstrates how easy it is to fool Apple users with a simple popup

The update was a 278.2MB download as an over-the-air (OTA) update on iPhone 7.

You should also know that the new emojis will be available on all Apple OS: "The new emoji will debut in next week's developer and public beta previews of iOS 11.1, and will be available in upcoming software updates for iOS, macOS and watchOS". Fans immediately notice that the 3D Touch app was gone when the iOS 11 was released.

But one mobile app developer has proved how alarmingly easy these prompts are to replicate, making them a potential security flaw through which devious hackers could steal your precious user credentials. The static noise was heard when users were on a phone call or using FaceTime. iOS 11's previous update, iOS 11.0.1, was released two weeks ago and included fixes to bug issues.

iOS 11.0.3 also addresses "an issue where touch input was unresponsive on some iPhone 6s displays because they were not serviced with genuine Apple parts".

On that last point, Apple also added an addendum to its release notes about third-party display repairs.

The release notes go on to say that non-genuine replacement displays "may have compromised visual quality and may fail to work correctly". As you can see in the screenshot above, this comes in the form of a password request that looks pretty much identical to the one that Apple uses themselves.

There are still more major updates to come in iOS 11. Apple is now beta-testing iOS 11.1, which will be released later this fall.

This update is all about the bug fixes and restoring old features.

iPhone and iPad users have been warned of a new type of phishing scam that tricks you into giving away your Apple ID.

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