According to reports, Apple is reportedly paying out rewards of $1 million to any person who can hack an iPhone.
Apple launched the bug-bounty program in 2016 but has updated the reward to $1 million if you can find a particular bug. Digital Trends noted that the million-dollar reward would be paid out to those who can execute a “zero-click full chain kernel execution attack with persistence.” The announcement was made by Apple during a Black Hat cybersecurity conference in Las Vegas this last week.
Apple previously had the bug-bounty available via invite-only, but now the bounty is open to any researchers to find.
source: Digital Trends