Released just yesterday, iOS 10.3 offers a number of new features for users including Find my AirPods and more. But there’s much more than meets the eye.
Even more secure
Like with every new version of iOS, Apple has posted a complete lists of vulnerabilities closed by the software. For iOS 10.3, Apple lists more than 75 common vulnerabilities and exposures, also known as CVEs, that have been fixed.
The document lists the area of each issue, for example Audio, what devices could be affected, exactly what the issue was, and who first discovered it.
Apple says the company won’t disclose, discuss, or confirm security issues until an investigation has occurred and patches or releases can be downloaded by the general public.