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Nothing, of course.

In which case I'm surprised there wasn't a widespread epidemic of malware infected iOS devices.


Because that would require someone to invest time and money in writing malware which will only ever make it on to a handful of devices and will be removed when those devices are updated.


There are a huge number of iphones in circulation. If the malware had jailbroken privileges would it not be able to disable the update mechanism on the phone?


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