Apple issued a statement saying that a fix for the problem is due next month in a software update. While the company is calling this a minor security issue and indeed there is a fairly easy workaround to avoid being exposed, news of the flaw could be seen as a blow to Apple’s aspirations to have the iPhone compete in the business market. For all the praise the iPhone gets in the press and from fans, it’s almost perplexing to see this rather embarrassing security hole plaguing the device.
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