Apple ran afoul of some security issues recently, after a bug within Group FaceTime was revealed to allow callers to hear a recipient's audio even before they answered the incoming call. While Apple had already addressed the issue on its servers, AppleInsider pointed out, iOS 12.1.4 fixes this exploit on devices. The update, iOS 12.1.4, was made available for download on February 7 and follows shortly on the heels of two Congressional lawmakers publicly demanding answers from Apple CEO Tim Cook about the major privacy screw up.
All users had to do was make a call on FaceTime to their contact, and in the middle add their own number to convert this into a group conversation.
Apple has also credited Grant for discovering the FaceTime bug in its software update, almost a week after thanking him for reporting the it in the first place.
In addition to the macOS and iOS updates, Apple also released Shortcuts 2.1.3 to fix vulnerabilities found in Shortcuts for iOS.
A 14-year-old boy from Arizona is reportedly who helped discover the bug and start the process of bringing it Apple's notice.
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Ever since it was discovered that Thompson tried to responsibly disclose the bug to Apple, many have been calling for Apple to issue him a bug bounty reward.
Apple has been criticized for the delay in responding and has promised to improve procedures.
If they are, you'll see the upgrade displayed on the screen with a Download and Install option also visible.
For macOS users, the 10.14.3 update may automatically be installed.
Apple also formally credited Thompson and Daven Morris from Arlington, Texas in the release notes to its latest iPhone software update.