Apple offers new update for iPhone

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After a few days of announcing the possibility of launching a new update for the iPhone, Apple has just made available on iTunes the update to software equipment. Update 1.1.1, which occupies 153.3 MB, adds new features and resolves detected problems with the iPhone software.

The update package includes correcting cross-site script and JavaScript and addresses seven vulnerabilities detected in browser Safari, two in the service email and one for bluetooth technology.

Among the new features added with the upgrade it includes access to iTunes WiFi, support for television output and other improvements in terms of the interface and usability of the phone.

Although none of the flaws are critical, although both Bluetooth and JavaScript are serious, the truth is that this update by Apple fixes more flaws than the first release, made available in July.

Earlier this week, the North American company pointed out that iPhones already unlocked with applications in circulation on the Internet could not be compatible with this update, and may therefore stop working.

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