A couple iPhone flaws released by a frustrated Aviv Raff illustrate that Apple has a ways to go to become a respectable security citizen (to their defense, so do most people and companies).
One flaw released takes advantage of the iPhone not displaying the middle sections of long URL links. This could lead to a rise in Rickrolling. The second flaw leverages the iPhone’s behavior of automatically downloading images in mail. Both of these issues are old, obvious use-cases.
Hey, when business wants to move forward, security/insecurity just isn’t a stopping power.