*Update: The FaceTime bug was found on January 19th by a boy who was FaceTiming with his friends while playing Fortnite. Both he and his mother tried to tell and warn Apple multiple times regarding the issue.
Uh oh, another iPhone bug! It was found that there’s a FaceTime bug on Apple devices. It allows someone to view the audio and video from another’s iPhone, before they even answer the FaceTime call. This is similar to what can be done using iPhone spy apps. Creepy, right? Here’s a short clip showing what the bug is causing.
— nic nguyen (@itsnicolenguyen) January 29, 2019
Since this bug was discovered, Apple has taken down the ability to Group FaceTime. However, the issue still remains for those using one-on-one FaceTime.
But, what can you do about it? Well, the best thing to do is disable your FaceTime app on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. Below is a general step-by-step process on how to turn off FaceTime.
- Step 1: Go To Your Device Settings.
- Step 2: Select FaceTime.
- Step 3: Press The Green Button To Turn Off or Press Turn FaceTime Off.
While the issue is being sorted out by Apple, try not to use or accept incoming calls on FaceTime
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