With new iOS 13.1 already here, and expected to deliver loads of fixes for the serious problems encountered with the iOS 13, Apple has issued strong serious warning to millions of iPhone and iPad Users.
In an official post, Apple has confirmed that both iOS 13 and the new iPad OS 13.1 have a flaw which enables third-party keyboards to have “full access” to your iPhones and iPads even if you haven’t approved this access.
Apple states that the problem doesn’t affect it’s official iOS keyboard but affirms that the exploitation is public and it is yet to find a fix for the problem. Apple does not promise if “an upcoming software update will fix an issue”, and gave no details on when this update will arrive. As a result, you can expect malicious iOS keyboards to try to take advantage and make the most of it.
Since official iOS keyboards were so limited, third party keyboards have become popular. And as such, if you would like to see any third-party keyboards you have installed on your iPhones and iPads, go to Settings —>General—> Keyboard—>, if you have any doubis, then uninstall them till Apple’s fix arrives.
This is so disappointing even for new iPhone 11 Pro Max, Iphone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 users because they come with iOS 13 and there’s no other option. Those overage upgraders of their iphones have not only given up themselves to this but other issues as well.
As expected, a minor iOS 13.1.1 update will be Apple’s next several updates over the next 4-8 weeks. So I suggest you stay away from iOS 13 till further updates arrive.