iOS 10 security focus during WWDC keynote

By Peter Chubb - Apr 30, 2016

One area that will be of great concern to Apple is iOS 10 security, and so we fully suspect that it will be a huge talking point during the WWDC keynote on June 13, 2016. Ok, so Apple always aims to improve this key feature with it new version of the mobile operating system, but with the recent court case with the FBI over gaining access to an iPhone, and a company having already been able to hack into one of these handsets, it’s obvious that Apple will now be regrouping their efforts to bring us the most secure version of iOS to date.

It’s thought that iOS 10 will be near-imposable to jailbreak as well because of the recent FBI issue, although we are sure there will be some tech savvy person out there able to jailbreak iOS 10, although not to sure how long that process will take.

iOS 10 key feature at WWDC 2016

The list of iOS 10 features are sure to be extensive, and even though security will be a high priority, we should not allow that to take up the main focus during WWDC.

Security could be a major talking point for iOS 10, particularly considering Apple’s high-profile court case against the FBI, which reached its peak just before the announcement of the iPhone SE in March.

One such new security feature could be called Rootless, which will prevent users that have administrative-level control from gaining access to some protected files, and this will also go for the new version of OS X, or whatever Apple decides to call it.

What other improvements would you like to see?

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