Apple Apologizes for FaceTime Bug Delayed Fix For Next Week
Apple has apologized for the facetime bug that cause eavesdropping on call recipients the Group FaceTime feature was disabled by the company to prevent users from exploiting the bug. The company said that they will release an software update that will fix the problem. But the Bug fix has been delayed to next week.
The bug fix was intended to arrive this week, according to a statement the company gave on Monday. But the company has recently announced that the update will be available next week.
Apple said in a statement: “We sincerely apologize to our customers who were affected and all who were concerned about this security issue. We appreciate everyone’s patience as we complete this process.”
The bug was apparently reported to Apple days before it was actually addressed, and in a statement, Apple now says it is committed to improving how it deals with bug reports in the future. The company has also thank by name the family of the teenager who first found and reported the bug, only to be unable to get the company’s attention. Apple also apologized to customers and says it is committed to continuing to earn the trust Apple customers.