According to Digital Trends, a new phishing scam targeting iPhone owners may potentially trick users. The scam makes it appear that you are receiving a call directly from Apple Support. The call features a recorded voice that informs you that multiple servers containing Apple IDs were compromised and that the owner should call a 1-866 number immediately. Experts are warning that iPhones are not able to differentiate between the fake call and a legitimate call from Apple support. Security experts warn that the best way to protect yourself is to never divulge personal or financial information to an unexpected or unknown caller.
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