FaceTime bug lets iPhone users eavesdrop on persons they’re calling

It appears that Apple inadvertently introduced a FaceTime bug with the release of iOS 12.1 late last year. The issue was recently discovered and while it definitely poses a major privacy problem, Apple won’t be able to fix it until later this week.

The bug allows iPhone and iPad users to eavesdrop on someone they call using FaceTime, 9to5Mac reports. Basically, when you call someone using FaceTime, you will immediately hear the audio coming from the other phone/tablet even if that person hasn’t answered the call yet.

Of course, that person can hear you as well, but only if it’s …

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