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Apple Acknowledges iOS 9.3.1 Security Flaw, Fix Coming in 9.3.2 Update

Apple released iOS 9 with some amazing features which all worked great, but the update also brought some bugs that needed fixing. To address the said problems, the tech giant launched a new update iOS 9.3.1. However, instead of fixing the issues, it made matters worse by creating a major security flaw.

This new bug allowed users to bypass lock screen security options, including PIN codes and fingerprint sensors. This of course made the devices unsafe and consequently caused unrest amongst the users.

Apple came up with a response soon after, admitting that the new update is indeed broken and needs a fix. And to make that happen, they are going to release update 9.3.2 which has already entered beta, and will become available for public real soon.


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