No, I don't have it, I can't even buy one up here (and I wouldn't spend CDN$750+ on a phone anyway, I hate cellphones). But skimming through some of the news on it - it's hard to avoid - I saw something interesting in one of Boing Boing's writeups:

This cafe where we are right now has an open WiFi network, so data speed as we're testing this for the first time is fantastically fast. Automatically connects if the network is open.

My guess is the first vulnerability exploited in the phone will use that as a vector. I wonder if it's possible to turn off that "feature"?