ByJoe Horner 2019-07-11 293
Apple also apologized for the inconvenience caused to users, as follows:
Apple has temporarily disabled the walkie-talkie feature of the Apple Watch and will be reactivated after repair. The walkie-talkie App will remain, but will not be available until the latest software update is released.
Earlier this year, a bug was discovered in the FaceTime, that allowed people to listen in before a call was accepted. A teen Grant Thompson who discovered this bug, he had attempted to contact Apple about the issue but was unable to get a response. In the end, Apple fixed the bug and give a bug bounty to Grant Thompson.
This time around, Apple appears to be listening more closely to the users that come in via its vulnerability tips line and has disabled the feature.
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