As more and more people use their mobile devices for everyday computing tasks, it makes sense that there would be more attacks. The latest phishing attempt, discovered over at Ars Technica, involves a false webpage that initiates a call on your iPhone. According to the site, when they made the call, they were connected to a fake representative who said he was "Lance Roger from Apple Care." The person quickly hung up as the reporter tried to stall and get more detail on the scam.
Update 07/30/18 3:00PM - Apple declined to comment on this specific matter, but pointed us to a couple of resources it has online. A spokesperson also assured us that Apple investigates all scams it is aware of, refers cases to the FTC where appropriate and takes down fake numbers when it can.