Gnucitizen says: “The testing engine used in this particular version of Websecurify is optimized to run with the least possible amount of memory. The results of the scanner are as good as those produced by all other Websecurify variants although in some cases it may miss some statistically unlikely types of issues. This is not directly and only applicable to the iPhone version. No! Similar tradeoffs are also present even in standard desktop/server based scanners although they are usually less visible and obscured behind tones of options. The bottom line is that the scanner not only runs natively on the iOS but also works as expected.”
I don’t like apple products, so I don’t have an iPhone; will they become “small-and-not-visible” hacking instruments? For post exploit in a wifi pentest it is important to have such a small device!