San Francisco – iPhone as an eavesdropper? On Twitter, Twitter and other social networking sites shone with apprehensive Apple users after the 9to5Mac news site reported a strange problem in the company's iPhones. The problem: It turns out that the iPhone user can call another iPhone user and hear his calls with the microphone on the device – even if the recipient does not answer the call.
The issue is a bug and includes the Apple FaceTime app for video and audio calls over an Internet connection.
On Monday night, Apple said it has disabled the FaceTime group, the function that caused the bug.
A statement issued late Monday, Governor Andrew Kuumo of New York urged FaceTime users to temporarily deactivate the application
19659002] I I copied a bug using two iPhone I began chatting with FaceTime on the other iPhone, and while I was ringing, I climbed on the screen, pressed add a person and added to the conversation, from where I managed to listen in the recipient's microphone even if the person
If the recipient has pressed the h keys while reducing or decreasing the volume during this process, the caller can also see a live video feed on the face of the recipient's iPhone
How can we handle this? Until released, iPhone users must enter the phone settings and disable FaceTime Start by going to the Settings app, then tapping FaceTime and turning off FaceTime.