Cupertino (CA) - Apple this week released an iPhone update to fix 10 flaws, the majority of which are related to the mobile Safari Internet browser.
In addition to those seven, the security update fixes a Bluetooth exploit where attackers could trigger malicious execution code on another user's iPhone, and a minor e-mail glitch. Finally, the download patches an error that could allow malicious code in a message to make the user unknowingly place a call.
The update brings the iPhone software to version 1.1.1. It is available exclusively through iTunes and not from other typical update download outlets.