A new security system designed to prevent data breaches by law enforcement and intelligence agencies is about.
According to a blog post on AppleInsider, the new iPhone Security Update will roll out later this year.
It will be available as a free update to the iOS 7.3.1 update, which AppleInsiders says is the first security update to make it onto the iPhone since the device was released in 2015.
As part of this update, AppleInsulators says AppleInsists the new security feature is called iScamDetection.
This feature is designed to track potential fraud, phishing, and other malicious activity on a smartphone.
It can use the fingerprint scanner to detect and stop the installation of malware, phishes, and spyware.
The new system will also be able to detect whether a smartphone is infected with a different virus called “Ransomware,” which can also be found on the AppleInsist blog.
The security update will also come with a feature called “Sign In and Out.”
This allows users to sign in and out of their device from a secure URL that allows them to check the current status of the system and also to log in from an iCloud account.