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NEW DELHI: Amid the Pegasus controversy, iPhone maker Apple has sought to comfort users saying that the company constantly adds new features to protect the device and data as part of its efforts to “tirelessly defend” its customers.
“Apple unequivocally condemns cyberattacks against journalists, rights activists, and others seeking to make the world a better place,” Ivan Krsti, head of Apple’s security engineering and architecture, said. A report said in India, of the 10 phones where a breach was detected during forensic examination, nine were iPhones. In all, 13 iPhones had been sent to the lab.
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