First Apple revealed that their Face ID feature was hacked. Then there were allegations that that company has software installed on newer iPhones that can shut the phone down if the battery isn’t replaced with an Apple battery. Now, a security firm says they have found a way to hack any iPhone using iOS 8 or higher. Checkpoint Security says that iPhones and iPads could have malicious code coming through the database of your contacts, putting you at risk to have your personal information stolen. The “bug” or code can steal your data and passwords. Apple has been aware of the bug in the Contacts app for four years. Forbes.com called Apple “sloppy” for allowing user content to get hacked.
Warning For 1.4 Billion iPhone & iPad Users
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