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In recent months, iPhone users are getting an increasing amount of text and emails from Apple Security Centre to change the details of their Apple ID. Actually, most of these are phishing emails and text which are trying to trick users into revealing their usernames and passwords.
iPhone owners in the UK are warned about these phishing emails and are advised not to respond to these texts/emails of Apple ID scams. Concerned users are posting these texts on Twitter and are alerting other users about these Apple ID scams.
The problem of these phishing attacks is getting even worse this year. The scammers are trying new methods to scam people, and it's very hard to differentiate them from authentic ones. These phishing attacks are used to grab the Apple ID and passwords of Apple users, from which scammers can make purchases via the Apple Store.
So, how could you spot and prevent yourself from these phishing attacks? Let's find out.
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Or you'll be the next victim of Apple ID scams.