Trusting iPhones plugged into bogus chargers get a dose of malware "Plugging your phone into a charger should be pretty safe to do. It should fill your phone with electricity, not malware. But researchers from Georgia Institute of Technology have produced fake chargers they've named Mactans that do more than just charge your phone: they install custom, malicious applications onto iPhones."
Kind of a clever attack using a vulnerability that probably shouldn't have been in there first place. To be fair, this is yet another attack against an Apple product that isn't in the wild and the hole will be closed by Apple before you have to care.