If you think you've got what it takes to hack an iPhone, now is the time to step up to the plate.
Apple is offering a $1 million reward to detect flaws in its device this offer comes after security officials recently showed how to take control of someone else's iPhone by just sending a text.
Apple has been trying to upgrade its security on the phones as more and more governments are seeking third parties to help them hack into the devices.
According to Mashable, there is a whole host of other rewards that are available for other tasks:
There will also be smaller rewards, up to $500,000, for disclosing other types of vulnerabilities; for example, bypassing an iPhone's lock screen while having physical access to the device will net you $100,000, while kernel code execution via a user-installed app is worth $150,000.
Apple will also start offering a 50 percent bonus for any bugs found in its pre-release builds.