Third-Party Keyboards on iOS 13 & iPadOS Share Data Without Permission

A new bug has been spotted in the iOS 13 & iPadOS involving third-party keyboards. Apple warns all the users to be cautious! The company is working to fix the bug as soon as possible but till then all the users should stay vigilant. The new bug just shares the data of the users without their consent on the internet.

According to the company, that it is working on a fix and soon it will roll out the upcoming software update to iOS & iPadOS. Dear readers, it is important to note that this new bug in iOS 13 can only affect you if you have installed a third-party keyboard on your iPhone or iPad. And in case, you didn’t install a third-party keyboard on your device then you will not have to face any trouble caused by the bug.

Third-Party Keyboards on iOS 13 & iPadOS Share Data Without Your Consent

In the upcoming software update. iOS 13.2 has already entered beta testing, Apple is working to kill the bug. The third-party keyboards that include Google’s Gboard, the Microsoft-owned SwiftKey, and Grammarly, play vital roles in sharing of data on the internet.

According to Apple:

“This issue does not impact Apple’s built-in keyboards. It also doesn’t impact third-party keyboards that don’t make use of full access. The issue will be fixed soon in an upcoming software update,” 

So if you have installed the third-party apps, then make them delete immediately and don’t install them until Apple release a fix for the bug.

In order to check whether you have got any third-party keyboards installed or not, Go to Settings -> General -> Keyboard -> Keyboards -> Edit.

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