Current iPhone users rate increased battery life (70%) and fast charging technology (47%) as top features 50 per cent of existing UK iPhone users say they want the new Apple iPhone X according to a consumer survey conducted immediately after news of the product was released last night (12.09.17).
A further 39% want “to find out more firstrdquo;. “This represents a resoundingly successful launchrdquo;, said Guy Potter, Head of Research at MaruUsurv.
A collection of Bluetooth implementation vulnerabilities known asBlueBornehas been released.
These vulnerabilities collectively affect Windows,iOS,and Linux-kernel-based operating systems including Android and Tizen,and may in worst case allow an unauthenticated attacker to perform commands on the device.