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Apple Bug Enables Eavesdropping on FaceTime Users Both Audio & Video

Critical new Apple Facetime bug has been discovered enabling anyone with an iOS 12 device (iPhone or iPad) to remotely connect to another phone without consent and monitor both audio and video and even speak through the device like an intercom without any interaction from the user on the other side. Disable your Facetime until Apple can release a fix for this bug using the instructions in the video or down below in the description.

▪ How to Disable Facetime (Best option right now) ▪
1) Open Settings on your iOS device
2) Scroll down to Facetime and select it
3) Click the slider switch to disable (should be gray, not green)
4) Open Facetime to confirm it’s disabled

▪ Check for latest updates daily ▪
1) Open Settings on your iOS device
2) Select ‘General’
3) Select ‘Software Update’
4) When version 12.4 becomes available it should have fix

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