The new iOS 14 beta is proving to be of great use for Apple device users. It immediately gives users a notification about which app is trying to access the data of the phone. The feature revealed the names of several apps including LinkedIn, Reddit and TicketLock, which are accused of secretly reading a clipboard of users. Now the name of Instagram app has also come out through this feature. In many reports, it is being claimed that its camera starts automatically by using the Instagram app.
What is the matter
According to reports, many Apple users using various iOS 14 Beta have filed complaints on social media. Users say that whenever they want to open the Instagram app, even if only to read the feed, the green 'camera on' indicator appears. That is, even if you are not clicking videos or photos in the Instagram app, the camera turns on.
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Let me tell you that similar problem was found in Instagram's Facebook-owned iOS app last year. In an interview with The Verge, Instagram spokespersons have described the flaw as a bug that the company is trying to fix. He said, 'We use the camera only when we are called, for example- if you swipe from the feed and reach the camera. In iOS 14 beta, there has been a problem of the use of the camera, which we are fixing.
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Questions raised on many other apps as well
Let us know that through this feature of the new iOS 14 many other apps have also been able to come to Shinkje, which were spying the data of users. Earlier this month, through the Ish feature, two researchers released a list of 50 apps that were secretly accessing the clipboard of Apple users.