iPhone Passcode Bypass Hack (VIDEO)
We all know very well that over the last few years, we have witnessed the emergence of new tools created by the companies specializing in computer security. Now according to the latest reports, recently, a YouTuber has shown two videos to unlock any iPhone or iPad running the latest version of the iOS, of course, the all-new iOS 12.
The tech giant Apple recently released the official and the latest version of the iOS, of course, I am talking about the all-new iOS 12. First impressions have been very positive and in fact, the tech giant Apple has introduced a fast operating system with new features and making older iPhones and iPads look new.
Moreover, the tech giant Apple’s latest operating system, of course, iOS 12 was presented with great enthusiasm along with the company’s new flagship smartphones the all-new iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and its economical version, the iPhone R. But, recently a YouTuber has detected a security and privacy flaw in the latest operating system of the tech giant Apple, of course, iOS 12.
What is it really about?
Simply keep reading to know about the issue. As we told earlier that the tech giant Apple has already made a solution that allows users who could not buy their new models to enjoy the new iOS 12. Hence, to do so the tech giant Apple allowed devices from the iPhone 5S to the most current devices to upgrade into iOS 12.
However, recently, a new video posted on YouTube explains how to ‘hack’ the iPhone iOS 12 operating system with the help of voice assistant Siri. As the tutorial was released by the YouTube channel Videosdebarraquito and accumulated tens of thousands of replications in a few days.
The video shows how it is possible to get access to the information about the contacts stored on the device without knowing the unlock code of the iPhone. For this, it is only necessary to know the phone number of the iPhone.
Thus, to avoid entering the code, it is necessary to activate the VoiceOver function of Siri and then make a call on the number and then simply cancel the call, hence, choosing the answer option with a message. After this, it becomes possible to open the phone directory and access the contacts.
The problem has been detected in the new iOS version of the tech giant Apple, iOS 12 operating system, released for the iPhone in mid-September. So, what do you think about this new iOS 12 security flaw? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.