An Apple store in London. Apple recently patched three zero-day iOS vulnerabilities exploited in the wild. (Jon Rawlinson/CC BY 2.0)

Apple on Wednesday reported that it had recently patched three new zero-day iOS vulnerabilities exploited in the wild.

The leading maker of iPhones and other popular mobile platforms that run on iOS said the vulnerabilities were reported by an anonymous researcher. This news came on the heels of the patching of three other zero-day vulnerabilities last November, which were discovered by Google’s Project Zero security team.

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