Home / News / Simple fix will stop your iPhone from receiving sexually explicit pictures via AirDrop

Simple fix will stop your iPhone from receiving sexually explicit pictures via AirDrop

Apple’s AirDrop feature allows an iPhone user to send photos, videos, documents and other files to other iPhone units nearby. For AirDrop to work, both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth have to be turned on. But some iPhone users are taking advantage of this technology to send sexually explicit pictures to strangers. This act even has its own name, “cyber-flashing.”
Cyber-flashing can occur anywhere and to any iPhone user with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth turned on. Just yesterday, Wall Street Journal reporter Joanna Stern was about to hop on the subway when she received a photo showing …

Powered by WPeMatico

Check Also

Deal: Garmin Vivoactive 3 smartwatch drops below $200 at Best Buy and Walmart

Owning a smartwatch should mean much more than just getting notifications from your smartphone while ...