Apple says 'no evidence' iPhone mail flaw used against customers

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Apple says 'no evidence' iPhone mail flaw used against customers

Believes flaw poses no immediate threat to users.

Apple said on Thursday it has found "no evidence" a flaw in its email app for iPhones and iPads has been used against customers, and that it believes the flaw does "not pose an immediate risk to our users". San Francisco-based cyber security firm ZecOps on Wednesday detailed a flaw that it said ...

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