Apple may reward teen who discovered FaceTime bug

Apple may reward teen who discovered FaceTime bug

An Apple executive has reportedly suggested that the 14-year-old boy who discovered the Group FaceTime surveillance bug would be rewarded by the company’s bounty program. Report indicate a high-level Apple executive flew to Tucson, Arizona, on Friday afternoon to meet with the boy Grant Thompson. Apple’s bug bounty program offers bounties ranging from $25,000 to $200,000.

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Judi Em
Judi Em 1 year

Could? If they weren't so greedy they would have approved it the next day. But now that they aren't able to con as many people into new gadgets every 6 months handing out a lousy few K, and helping a kid pay for college, would prob pain their corporate brain. One of the planets most greedy corporations.

Von Mueller
Von Mueller 1 year

Technically, the boy wasn't the first one to find it if I remember correctly.

heavymetal
heavymetal 1 year

I still think it's funny this bug was found because the 14-year-old was Facetiming his friends to play Fortnite. Classic.

Mr. A
Mr. A 1 year

Don't worry. The patch will likely have a new bug.

Zabih Jan
Zabih Jan 1 year

how much longer users have to wait for a fix

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