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In the very first week of April 2016, a video went viral on YouTube claiming to have high susceptibility in iOS 9.3.1, letting anyone go inside the handset and access images and contacts even when the device is locked. The video confirmed that a person can invade an iPhone easily without entering a Passcode through a very simple step.
As seen in the video, the steps start by launching Siri on the locked screen by pressing home button or with the help of “Hey,Siri” Function – then directing the digital assistant to go for Twitter Search. Surprisingly, the search result came out with all the important contact details like email address, contact numbers, Twitter contacts, including images and other important things.
The action was applicable to only those devices that the users had already granted the Siri permission to access Twitter accounts information that requires establishing ownership of the iPhone with the password or Touch ID. To get rid of the error, several users are rushing to Apple customer support for Siri so as to protect their information.
Apple took the issue seriously and fixed the same by enabling the personal assistant to ask for unlocking the handset before executing the Twitter Search. According to the Apple spokesperson, the bug has been fixed and it will be rolling out server side across the globe. And the most importantly, the users can get the solution on their iPhone iOS 9.3.1 without updating the operating system.
The error impinges on iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, and was utilizable on iOS 9.2 and beyond — as well as the latest 9.3.1 update.
If your iPhone is under feasible attack, you can go for the server side security patch what Apple has released – for the temporary solution, you can disable the personal assistant.
So don’t get panic, you along with other iPhone users across the globe are now protected and you can get the patch on your handset. In case of any technical hindrances while applying the security patch, you should get in touch with expert technicians by dialing customer care number for Apple.
In addition to it, you can also go for third party Apple technical support company who can help you resolve the issue without any technical hurdles. But before selecting a particular technician, you make sure you have checked the credentials properly. You should approach an Apple certified third party technician who holds a reliable credential.
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