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What the Apple iOS Source Code Leak Means for iPhone Users

On February 8, 2018, a massive amount of code from Apple’s iconic mobile operating system, iOS, was leaked to the public by someone who posted it anonymously on GitHub. This event led to a major panic as Apple’s code (unlike Android’s) is supposed to be a complete secret, which could lead to some pretty nasty implications. We’re going to try to get through the noise and sort out whether this event carries any kind of significant consequences for people using any iOS devices, including iPhones and iPads.
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