Some iPhone users say iOS 9 has slowed down their phones

25 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Apple releases iOS 9.0.1 with numerous bug fixes.

There’s a video purporting to show that users can hack into an iPhone with Apple’s new iOS 9 update, allowing people to access a person’s contacts and photos. Additionally, the report said that tests were conducted with the iOS 9.01 update and the iOS 9.1 beta, but the fix hasn’t been made yet, according to the AppleInsider. The update also fixes an issue that caused some paused video images in Safari and Photo to appear distorted, and another that cause some alarms and alerts not to sound. On the fifth attempt, he enters the first three digits of the passcode and then simultaneously holds down the home button while entering the last digit in the code.

It should be noted that only devices protected by simple four- or six-digit passcodes are vulnerable to attack, while those with long alphanumeric passwords remain unaffected. This only works with iOS devices synced to a copy of iTunes, so you either need to set up sync to find this information or use the copy of iTunes you’ve already set up to sync with the device. Delete each one from iOS as you find them. (This arrow doesn’t appear except in App List view.) The App List view can reveal a variety of information about apps, and is the mode you need to be in to step through apps from within the Get Info dialog box. Computerworld compiled a few other instances that bloggers have written about the security flaw, including some that cite the video above and another video that demonstrates how to bypass the lock screen.

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