The video speaks for itself on just how easy it is to get past the security lock. Looks like Apple will have to scramble Â and come up with a new way on fixing this issue.
one thing about apple they are quick to usually fix things.
So just incase you own an iphone it's good to keep up to date that you might have had no clue either way it goes.
Appleâ€™s (AAPL) latestÂ iOS update is doing little to renew confidence in the company after a series of software snafus includingÂ the premature launch of iOS Maps and issues with iCloud. A number of bugs have been discovered in the new software, including one so severe thatÂ Apple was forced to rush out an update for the iPhone 4S in order to fix it. Now, a majorÂ security vulnerability has been uncovered that allows theÂ iPhoneâ€™s unlock passcode to be bypassed, giving unauthorized users access to the deviceâ€™s Phone app, contacts, voicemail and photos.
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YouTube user â€œvideosdebarraquitoâ€ hasÂ posted a video detailing just how easy it is circumvent theiPhoneâ€™s unlock screen in iOS 6.1, 6.0.2 and 6.0.1.Â UnauthorizedÂ access to a phone can be gained using a simple process that involves making andÂ cancelingÂ an emergency call followed by a series of button presses. A similar bug had existed in an earlier version of iOS a few years ago, butÂ Apple was quick to fix it with aÂ software update.