Computer Software and Applications
"Can we get a charger in here, please?!"
It was a fluke find, but it's sparked fears among some security experts.
More than 62,000 Americans said they would attend the events.
With Safari and virtually all other popular browsers not patched, hundreds of millions of iPhone and iPad users may not have secure means of web browsing until Apple issues its patch.
But only in certain circumstances.
It could also be cheeky passcode training, an Apple spokesman says.
Apple says the rumors aren't true.