Flaw in iOS 13 can expose your contact details
(CNN) - A flaw in iOS 13, the new iPhone operating system Apple released Thursday, exposes contact details stored in iPhones without requiring a passcode or biometric identification. And Apple has known about the flaw since July, a person who reported the bug to Apple told CNN Business. Suspecting Apple might not fix the flaw before releasing the new operating system to its customers, Rodriguez last week went public with his findings. CNN Business was able to replicate the exploit on Tuesday on iPhones that had updated to the official version of iOS 13. Apple confirmed that the exploit Rodriguez identified would be fixed in the next version of the operating system, iOS 13.1, which is due to be released on September 24th.