Apple has confirmed that iPhones running its iOS 6.1 are vulnerable to a security flaw enabling anyone to bypass the smartphone's lockscreen, granting them access to a number of core device functions.
A new security vulnerability discovered in Apple's iOS 6.1 enables anyone to bypass an iPhone's lockscreen, granting them access to a series of core device functions.
Apple has identified the source of a bug preventing some iPhone and iPad users from syncing their mobile mailbox with Microsoft's Exchange Server 2010, vowing a fix is in the works.
Microsoft is recommending that IT administrators consider throttling or even blocking mobile devices running Apple's iOS 6.1 while the two firms work to resolve an issue preventing some iPhone and iPad users from syncing their mailbox with Microsoft's Exchange Server 2010.
A set of files buried in Apple's new iOS 6.1 mobile operating system update is renewing speculation the company will launch a streaming music service later this year.
Apple is rolling out its iOS 6.1 update to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices, extending international LTE support and adding new functionality to core operating system features like the Siri voice assistant and iTunes Match music service.