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According to The Mac Security Blog, the iPhone OS 3.1 update released earlier this week adds an anti-phishing feature in Mobile Safari similar to the one in it's desktop counterpart. The feature, which is not active in the update but still present, should warn users when they are visiting a known malicious website and asks if they want to continue.
After much anticipation, Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone OS 3.1 software update at the "Rock and Roll" media event on Wednesday, September 9th. The new firmware, a free download for iPhone OS 3.0 users, adds the following fixes and changes: