PSA: Disable FaceTime now as bug lets others hear you before you accept it
Several customers found a serious bug in Apple’s FaceTime video-calling app which permits callers to listen in on them even before they accept the incoming audio/video name.
There is a collection of steps which you should take to use the FaceTime bug, which a number of publications have examined and confirmed to be working. Although the steps to use the bug are already widespread, we’re doing our half by not sharing them right here for apparent causes.
Apple has confirmed that it is conscious of the problem and can problem a software program replace later this week to repair the bug. As an interim measure, Apple has disabled Group FaceTime. You can disable FaceTime in your iPhone or iPad through Settings > FaceTime > Toggle off, and switch off the function in your Mac.
As Apple prides itself as an organization that protects prospects’ privateness, the FaceTime bug is actually placing a dent within the firm’s fame.
Source: Ars Technica