Robert Graham of Errata Security writes they’ve found their first bugs on the iPhone, and it’s the same one they recently exposed in Safari. He also reports they’ve locked up their iPhone with a Bluetooth fuzzer. Errata will report to Apple when Apple publishes guidelines for reporting vulnerabilities.
Hackers know a lot more about breaking into Mac OS X than they do competing platforms like Windows Mobile or Symbian. Thus, even though Apple will patch sooner, they’ll also have more bugs to patch because of increased hacker interest.
It appears, though, the biggest complaint about iPhone regardless of user intentions remains activation. More on that later today.