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Sunday, 7 August 2016

Apple releases iOS 9.3.4 to fix a "security problem"

On this day, Apple released iOS 9.3.4 to fix a major security issue. In what could be the last upgrade cycle for iOS 9, the Cupertino company released iOS 9.3.4 to the public, being referred to as an "important security update" that all users must install.

iOS 9.3.4 provides an important security update for the iPhone or iPad and it is recommended to install the patch all users. This new version is available through the software update in the iOS application settings, or by connecting via USB to iTunes on a Mac or PC.

The new version comes a few weeks after publicly issued iOS 9.3.3. Unlike previous updates, no betas of iOS 9.3.4 before it went public.

In the release note include the following arrangements:


Available for: iPhone 4s and later, iPad 2 and later, iPod touch (5th generation) and later.Impact: An application can execute arbitrary code with kernel privileges.Description: A problem of memory corruption is solved through improved memory management.CVE-2016-4654: Pangu Team

This invites us to think that the development team perhaps Apple has managed to close one (or only) hole available to enable the jailbreak on iOS 9.3.3.

Moreover, the Cupertino company is ready to launch its next update ppara mobile platform, iOS 10 this quarter, probably in September (it is speculated to be on Friday, September 16).

The new version of the operating system for mobile devices icluye significant improvements in the function of notifications, widgets, support third party applications to Siri and updates for native applications, including my messages, photos and maps.

It is also expected that the same month the launch of iOS 10 becomes known to the iPhone 7

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