Another sensational bug.
In group calls with FaceTime, which has become one of the major innovations of iOS 12, discovered a critical security bug. Apple noticed the problem and disabled group calls on FaceTime on all iPhone, iPad and iPod touch worldwide. The company promised to release a fix later this week.
Bug in group calls FaceTime allows users to listen to and even view of the interlocutor before he will take the call on your device. The source will not notice any changes on your device — only a missed call. However, as a result of a call from his iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to send the video and audio recording in the background. An example of using the bug clearly shown in the videos below:
Now you can answer for yourself on FaceTime even if they don’t answer🤒#Apple explain this.. pic.twitter.com/gr8llRKZxJ
— Benji Mobb™ (@BmManski) January 28, 2019
Apple very quickly responded to the bug. The company has disabled the feature of group calls on FaceTime. At the moment it is not available for use worldwide. Regular calls on FaceTime working without interruption.
Apple representatives have commented on the situation. The company promised that during this week will be released an update that will fix the problem.