An anonymous user has shared part of Apple's iOS source code on the code-sharing site, GitHub. Although the code has now been removed following legal intervention from Apple, it was of course viewed by many users while it was online. Macworld has more on this story:\n\n[QUOTE]For the average user, there probably isn’t much to fear, at least not yet. To attack your phone using anything discovered in the iBoot leak, a hacker would likely need physical access to your phone and a bit of time to install a new OS on it. However, it does mean that hackers will be hard at work to find exploits in the code, as well as designers looking to emulate the iOS system. And it’s just one more unfortunate security story Apple has to deal with.[/QUOTE]\n\n\nRead more [URL='https://www.macworld.com/article/3254231/ios/ios-source-code-leak-github.html']here[/URL].