Apple Group Facetime: Apple’s recent iOS bug troubled many Apple users recently. Apple nightmare bug that let callers spy on your mic and camera via Group FaceTime? The bug basically gave the caller access to the receiver’s front camera and microphone before they even received the call. The good news is that Apple’s latest update has fixed the annoying bug.
The bug, noticed by 9to5mac, shortly after, social media users reported the same bug. Apple said, they have disabled the Group Face time feature. And are working to resolve the issue in its latest update.
Apple will pay the teenager who discovered the Group Face Time bug. Apple gave a shoutout to Grant Thompson, the teenager who discovered the Group FaceTime bug while playing Fortnite with his friends, in its security update
That update is now available and the facetime group feature is back online for people to use without any issues. If you are using iOS 12.1.3 or any previous version you won’t be able to use the Group Facetime feature at all.
Apple releases iOS 12.1.4, fixing Group FaceTime privacy bug https://t.co/JutlDYhrzD pic.twitter.com/ui0xey3wok
— Macworld (@macworld) February 10, 2019
“We have fixed the Group Face Time security bug on Apple’s servers and we will issue a software update to re-enable the feature for users next week,” Apple said in a statement.
“I dont care what you say but AOSP on android 10 is the smoothest OS/Skin Ive tested. Smoother than ios 12.1.4 on iphone x (from experience) It looks so clean too I wish I could use it over oneui with my watch and buds” says a happy customer.
“This is a sad day for jailbreakers” says another funny customer.