Hackers could take control of an iPhone if its owner visits a doctored Web site or Internet hotspot, security researchers reported Monday.
Apple spokeswoman Lynn Fox said Apple is looking into ISE's report, but would not say if there are plans for a patch. "We always welcome feedback on our security," Fox said.
Apple should be issuing a patch soon.
It's wise to wait for the second or third version of revolutionary devices, letting the early adopters pay the high price and uncover the problems and limitations of the first version.
ACE's next cell phone will have 3G, to allow watching live TV (something the iPhone doesn't have).