A “zoom” exploit has been found in Apple’s latest update to iOS 7, allowing users to remotely access their iPhone from a computer’s webcam.
The new vulnerability affects all iPhone users running iOS 7.1 or later, and only the iPhone 5s and 5c models.
It can be triggered via a custom-built app, but there are no known exploits for the exploit.
This is a security vulnerability that is present in iOS 7 that is exploitable via the “zombe” exploit.
It will only be visible to iPhone 5 and 5s users.
We are unable to confirm if this is a vulnerability that Apple patched.
If this is true, Apple should make sure to notify all affected users immediately.
It’s worth noting that there’s no indication that the vulnerability was patched in time for iOS 7 to go on sale.
Apple released iOS 7 on September 14, and we’ve seen reports of users experiencing problems downloading apps from the App Store.
In the past, some apps have also been crashing on launch.
Apple has previously told MacRumors that a fix is expected for the problem.
Apple did not respond to a request for comment.
This story has been updated to clarify that the exploit is only visible to users with a custom built app.