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Hackers switch up tactics to keep on top of the latest iPhone protections

Even as cybersecurity experts hail the latest smartphone protection measures, with Apple's iPhone leading the pack, cyber-intrusion specialists are already exploring ways to hack data and intercept calls. [...]
Published on 11.06.2019 at 11:30 GMT Reading time 2 minutes

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