We all know very well that the tech giant Apple has upgraded its iOS simply to patch the problems detected in recent times. Although it is better after several updates, the truth is that it is not yet bug-free and it is really embarrassing. However, now according to the latest reports, recently, the tech giant Apple has just made a promise to fix a severe privacy-killing bug of Siri.
Apple Promises To Fix This Severe Privacy-Killing Bug Of Siri
The tech giant Apple has upgraded its iOS simply to patch the problems detected in recent times. Although it is better after several updates, the truth is that it is not yet bug-free and it is really embarrassing.
After receiving the bug report that allowed Siri to read notifications to anyone with the screen locked, the tech giant Apple reacted by saying that it will correct this bug in iOS 11.3 and may even release an iOS 11.2.7 version to address this failure.
The tech giant Apple says it will correct the bug that allows Siri to read the notifications that are hidden on the locked screen to anyone who requests this action.
According to the statement that the tech giant Apple sent to MacRumors, the company says that it is aware of the problem and this will be addressed in the next updates. This simply means that this bug will be treated with iOS 11.3, which currently in its beta version which also contains the problem.
Given that the error is serious, as it allows for a privacy invasion, it may justify the tech giant Apple launching an earlier version still within iOS 11.2, it could be iOS 11.2.7.
Discovered another serious bug in iOS 11! It’s Siri’s fault
After several bugs have already been discovered on iOS 11, another one has been discovered that allows the virtual assistant of the tech giant Apple, of course, I am talking about the well-known Siri to read messages from third-party apps, even though the iPhone is locked.
According to the tests in both 11.2.6 and 11.3 beta 6, this bug only affects third-party apps such as WhatsApp, Telegram, Skype, among others. The tech giant Apple’s Messaging app seems to be the only one to escape such a bug that affects the privacy of users.
It means that the tech giant Apple knows the problem and now it has taken the decision to launch a new version simply to fix the problem. Increasingly, iOS 11.3 is expected to be the most refined, secure and clean of many gaps that have come out since the launch of iOS 11.
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