📅 April 03, 2014     🕐 1 minute read

New iOS 7 Bug Allows Anyone To Disable Find My iPhone and Bypass Activation Lock [video]

New iOS 7 Bug Allows Anyone To Disable Find My iPhone and Bypass Activation Lock

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With iOS 7, Apple requires Find My iPhone to be disabled in order to delete an iCloud account or restore a device. To disable Find My iPhone, you need to first input the password of the Apple ID associated with that iCloud account. This way, if your iOS device gets stolen, the thief will not be able ( easily ) to remove the account and avoid being tracked via the Find My iPhone website. Unfortunately a new iOS 7 bug allows you to bypass this security measures.

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