A new Apple's guide to iOS security posted to Apple.com sometime in late May, inrtoduces four new dedicated sections to topics like system architecture, encryption and data protection, network security, and device access.
The report begins:
"Apple designed the iOS platform with security at its core. Keeping information secure on mobile devices is critical for any user, whether they're accessing corporate or customer information or storing personal photos, banking information, and addresses….
For organizations considering the security of iOS devices, it is helpful to understand how the built-in security features work together to provide a secure mobile computing platform."
You can download the full iOS Security Guide May 2012 Edition here.
Also, a photo leaked today revealing the specifications of Apple's upcoming 13-inch MacBook Pro refresh.
The upcoming MacBook Pro will include a 2.5GHz dual-core Intel i5 processor, a step up from the current 13-inch baseline MacBook Pro's 2.4GHz i5 processor.
Also, the photo indicates the model will be sporting a rather pedestrian 1280x800-resolution display.