Apple aims to restore Mobile Security Trust among its software users

Apple Inc, an American Technology giant renowned for its iPhone series produce has decided to restore ‘Mobile Security Trust’ among its software users in coming years. The aim is to deliver quality software and win back the confidence of its device users who in recent times were bogged down when the company captured headlines for lack of security in its iOS software.

Readers of Cybersecurity Insiders have to notify a fact over here that since September 2017, Apple issued over 13 software updates for its iOS mobile OS and is said to have fixed almost 67 software flaws.

Presently, Apple is aiming to differentiate its iPhone and Mac devices from its rivals and so is said to introduce more sophisticated hardware features into its devices in near time. The aim is to justify the pricing of the $1200 and above to its devices.

We all know that iPhone sales contribute to over two- thirds of Apple revenue and play a prominent role in surging the sales, mobile payments and music streaming of Apple’s App Store. So, the more those devices don’t commit any software errors, the more it will help the company in its progress.

As the company aims to build high-end iPhones, which include smaller batteries and have new sensors powered by facial recognition technology, the engineering team of Apple is said to face more challenging software problems that it did with earlier iPhone models.

Mostly Apple has compounded those challenges since 2012 by releasing both iOS and Mac software updates on an annual note.

It is also planning to do the same in coming years.

Naveen Goud
Naveen Goud is a writer at Cybersecurity Insiders covering topics such as Mergers & Acquisitions, Startups, Cyber Attacks, Cloud Security and Mobile Security

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