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On the contrary, hacking attempts on iPhones are increasing on a variety of fronts as hackers seek to compromise specific systems and gain access to data. Wi-Fi, iMessage, website browsing, and many other phone features have shown severe vulnerabilities in recent years. It’s one reason that Apple is making the unprecedented move of allowing virus-tracking apps like iVerify to appear on the Apple Store.
This leads to an important question: If hackers are sneakily working on bypassing iPhone security, how do you know when you’re being hacked? What are the signs that your iPhone is compromised? The clues can take many different forms, but here are some of the top red flags that iPhone users should be watching for. Continue reading to learn 7 Signs That Your iPhone Is Being Hacked.