Software will solve iPhone security glitch

A security glitch that makes it easy to access stored data on the iPhone can be fixed with a software patch. Apple says that the patch is in the works and will be released in September.

Currently an unauthorized user can exploit that security hole by double-pressing the button to make an emergency call.  According to Apple, iPhone owners can change the settings so that double-clicking the button returns the user to the home screen instead of bringing up their contact list.

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