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Apple Watch bug allows iPhone eavesdropping

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An Apple Watch bug allowed users to eavesdrop on other people's iPhones, leading to the company disabling the Walkie-Talkie app.

Added on the 15/07/2019 13:53:18 - Copyright : BANG Showbiz

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