Last week, the German government discovered some security holes in Mobile Safari related to PDFs. Today, Apple issued a few updates to fix the problem.Just head into iTunes, plug in your device, and hit "Check for Updates" to grab them. If you're jailbroken, however, you won't want to update just yet, since this update will remove the jeailbreak from your phone. Hit the link to read more. [via Computerworld Daily]
Apple Releases iOS Update, Fixes PDF Vulnerability
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