Earlier in the week, source code for iBoot, an integral component responsible for starting the system of iOS, was leaked on GitHub and subsequently removed after Apple intervened. The code belonged to iOS 9, Apple’s three-year old operating system, which could give hackers a chance to potentially jailbreak iPhones. In the aftermath of the leak, Apple sent out a DMCA notice to GitHub and since then the link has been taken down. Now, a fresh report by Motherboard points out that the iOS source code was leaked by a low-level Apple employee, who had taken the code from Apple back in 2016 to share with his friends in the jailbreaking community.
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