The Flipper Zero is causing trouble for iPhone users. Many readers are asking if the latest iOS 17.1.1 update resolves the denial of service (DoS) attack enabled by Flipper Zero loaded with third-party software. The attack caused iPhones to crash. The update seems to throttle the number of popups displayed by iOS, making the attack less disruptive but can still lead to a system lockup that requires a reboot. It is hoped that Apple will find a way to patch the iPhone to prevent these attacks.
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