It has not yet released its iOS 13 Apple (to be released on 19 September) and the first bug has already been detected by security experts.
Once you open the contact list, a hacker can access all phone numbers, email addresses, address information, and all other data stored in your iPhone or iPad contact list.
The researcher apparently sent details about it exploit at Apple about two months ago, but the bug has not been officially fixed yet.
However, the company has fixed the problem in one beta version of iOS 13 which will be available on 30 September.
To be fair, iOS 13 also has its pros - it will improve the control of privacy settings, the dark mode system-wide and some other enhancements that have one common goal: to make using an iOS device easier.
According to information, the Apple is already processing the next major operating system update, which will probably be called iOS 13.1, but no release date has been announced.
According to several reports, this update will include some new features that will not be part of the original version of iOS 13.