The next version of Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 8, is likely to feature some serious security flaws, according to security researchers.
In a new report, researchers at Kaspersky Lab said that iOS 8 could be vulnerable to a massive data breach.
The researchers, who reviewed a patch released to the general public this week, said that a critical vulnerability was found in iOS 8.
The vulnerability involves the way that the iOS device handles file names.
The flaw affects iOS devices running iOS 8 and later.
The report said that the vulnerability could allow attackers to steal data from an iOS device that is infected with a malicious file.
Kaspersky has a team that has been looking into this issue since 2014.
In the past, the company has warned users about the security issues with Apple’s operating system.
The company warned in 2014 that Apple’s OS X Yosemite, which is installed on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6, has been plagued with security issues.