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‘Claimed my free iPhone’ spam swamps Facebook

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'Claimed my free iPhone' spam swamps Facebook

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Free iPhone rogue applications run riot on Facebook

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iOS 4.1: Critical security update for iPhone and iPod Touch users

Apple has released iOS 4.1, an updated version of its mobile operating system for the iPhone and iPod Touch.

New features vary depending on which device you own, and how old it is, but some folks will benefit from better photos via HDR (High Dynamic Resolution), Game Center, and the ability to upload high definition video to the likes of YouTube via WiFi.

But these aren’t the only reasons why you might want to consider updating your iPod Touch or iPhone, as the new version of the operating system also includes a number of critical security updates.

iPad and iPhone 4 tester scams hit Facebook

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Apple issues PDF security patch and other Mac OS X updates

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Mystery surrounds iTunes/PayPal web scam

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JailbreakMe: Apple issues emergency iPhone/iPad security patch

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JailbreakMe: Security warning for iPhone and iPad owners

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Android malware steals info from one million phone owners

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Citi iPhone banking app contains security flaw

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Apple secretly updates Mac malware protection

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Sophos iPhone app – free download now available

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iPad owners’ email addresses exposed: let’s stay calm

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A swarm of Safari security holes: Mac and Windows users told to update

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Spammers beat Steve Jobs in announcing new iPhone

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