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FaceTime bug: Apple apparently knew about it

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It was revealed this week that Apple's FaceTime can bug iPhones and other devices. Apple knew about that Proseems to be in the know.

MacRumors reports on several tweets from a user who are already over a week old and refer to the bug in FaceTime. And while Tim Cook and Apple's support team have been tagged in these posts, there have been no reactions from these. When the reports about the vulnerability appeared, the above-mentioned Twitter user published screenshots of emails in which she again made Apple aware of the bug.

FaceTime is currently still disabled. In the course of the next week, however, an update should be released that should fix the bug in Apple's video telephony service.

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