Experts Are Warning Say You Should Disable FaceTime This Week
If you have FaceTime, you may want to disable it from your phone because of a bug that has made it easy for your device to be hacked.
You can now take creeping to a whole new level with this FaceTime glitch on iOS devices. According to CNN.com, A teenager (14) was messing around with friends when he figured out that he was able to eavesdrop on others, even before they answered the call.
If you want to give it a shot and try to randomly drop in on a girlfriend or boyfriend, you’re a creep, but here is what you have to do.
Start a FaceTime call -> While it is ringing swipe up to add another call -> type your personal number in the add person section.
Just like that, you will be able to listen to whatever is going on on the other end, even if they are trying to ignore you.
Yeah, that's creeping at its finest.
Apple quickly hopped on the glitch, and they are getting ready to release a new update that prevent it from happening.
The new update is coming up this week, according to 9to5Mac. At the moment you are able to do that on any iPad or iPhone that is running the iOS12.1 software.