There is no timeline for re-release and no explanation of the problem. This was a non-security update.
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UPDATED. Clearly there are some Apple Watch functions for which you'll need the iPhone around. There may be a lot more of these than you think.
Although the agreement with the U.S. government does not land the technology giant in any trouble for now, it could still face repercussions.
A Cumulative Update for Internet Explorer fixes 37 vulnerabilities, one of which is old and publicly-disclosed, although not especially severe.
A dozen vulnerabilities mean new versions of Flash Player and AIR on all platforms, including iOS and Android.
Correction. Law enforcement located Silk Road by finding and accessing a server that wasn't supposed to be public. When others do this the government calls it a felony.
A security researcher got an eyeful of a sex worker's client base when he investigated a VoIP service whose disposable "burner" phone numbers are being recycled.
Correction. Citing problems in testing, the company has delayed the release of a critical patch for Acrobat and Reader for one week.
Standardized procedure on threat filtering isn't working out so well; to avoid being a 'target' today's organization needs an updated threat strategy.
The iCloud hack has cast Apple in a poor security light. Yes, the company dropped the ball on this one, but it is a leader in many other ways.