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iOS 10.3 Will Protect Your Device from Hackers, Apple Confirms!

Apr 03, 2017 11:50 AM EDT

iOS 10.3 has been immensely popular among users for it has a new file system, which is the APFS that replaced the 19-year old HFS. However, Apple made sure that updating your system will still safeguard your phone from hackers.

Aside from having a faster and free space system in iOS 10.3, Apple hailed this update as a solution from hackers demanding ransom. In layman's term, this update will surely protect its users from being victimized, the report says.

The said iOS 10.3 will restrict the spread of the virus in the device by allowing pop-ups to appear on individual tabs instead of in an entire browser. In line with this, if you will update your iOS, Apple advised to clear up your web history to get rid of the previous virus.

iOS 10.3 is a precautious way of Apple to end hackers from entering your system, as late last year there is a report of an 18-year old Meet Kumar Desai, who created a code that iPhones to dial 911 repeatedly. The 18-year old hacker has been arrested for creating such malicious code that disturbed emergency lines across the US.

However, in a journal published in Wall Street confirmed that the said iOS 10.3 fixed the flaw exploited in the hack. According to the report, Apple solved this issue by working with the app developers and look at how it will be possible to safeguard its users from hackers.

BGR reported that the step made by Apple, upgrading its system to iOS 10.3, will void hackers to repeat the hack exploit. Today, this newest iOS update is available for iPhone users.

Let us know about the experience you have with the latest iOS 10.3 of Apple by leaving your comment below! While to know about the 20% sale of Nintendo Switch console games, check this out.

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