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Apple has issued an update to fix FaceTime. However, iOS 12.1.4 is also fixing two relatively severe zero-day vulnerabilities.
The bug that allowed users to eavesdrop on anyone who could be put into a Group FaceTime call is finally patched up in the latest iOS update.
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The Group FaceTime bug that allowed for eavesdropping has been fixed by Apple, according to a recent report, and a fix is coming next week.
In the mobile world, some bugs can take forever to squash, if ever at all. But Group FaceTime was just released to high demand. What's wrong here?
Apple has disabled the group FaceTime feature until it manages to fix a bug which allowed users to spy on third parties using a simple exploit.
iOS 12 has actually achieved the plurality of iPhones and iPads. It's faster than Android, but for Apple standards, it's darn slow.
Those of you waiting for the Group FaceTime feature to reach your Apple devices with iOS 12 will have to wait longer as Apple delays the feature.
Animoji can now capture you sticking out your tongue. You can also FaceTime with up to 31 of your closest friends in just a single call.