Virus detected on iPhone X

Reportedly, a bug has been detected in the iPhone X- one of the most popular devices of Apple. With the help of the virus, hackers can get access to the photos of users. Similarly, the hackers can also get access to those photos which have been already deleted from the device.

Through Safari Browser hacktivists became able to exploit bug on the iPhone X.

A Native Photos app is available in the Apple Devices that runs in iOS 12.1 and the same app there is an availability of an option where all the recently deleted photos are saved. The images collected in an album will remain for 30 days.

Hackers have successfully established access in the album where recently deleted photos are stored. By making access to album hackers have stolen the images from many devices.

Recently, two people named Richard Zuhu and Atom Kyam detected the bug of iPhone X during the event ‘Mobile Punto Wan Competition’ in Japan. Both of them were rewarded with 50 thousand dollars.

Apple informed that they are trying to remove the bug discovered in Apple Devices that runs in iOS 12.1.

Key specification of iPhone X and price in Nepal

Display: 5.80-inch

Processor: 2.39GHz hexa-core

Front Camera: 7-megapixel

Resolution: 1125×2436 pixels

RAM: 3GB

OS: iOS 11

Storage: 64GB

Rear Camera: 12-megapixel + 12-megapixel

Battery Capacity: 2716mAh

Price: RS. 1, 46,000 (64GB), 1, 67,000 (256GB)

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