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The security issue with the lock screen was fixed in iOS 9.0.2

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The latest iOS are no longer vulnerable to the lock screen

The error in screen lock that allowed anyone to access an iOS device with iOS 9.0 and iOS 9.0.1 to access all photos and contacts has been fixed by Apple in iOS 9.0.2.

According to an update on the website, with regard to its content security in iOS 9.0.2, the issue with the lock screen was the only bug that was fixed in the latest version of iOS.

As reported by Apple, the bug affecting any customer had an iPhone 4S and a newer model, iPad 2 or iPod touch (5 generation) if they were updated on either iOS 9.0 or iOS 9.0.1

In addition, Apple states in the article about the security update of iOS 9.0.2 that "this issue has been addressed by restricting the options offered on a locked device."

The new iOS version fixes the screen lock security vulnerability found in previous iOS releases

Once you update your iOS devices to iOS 9.0.2, access photos and contacts from the Siri lock screen will no longer be possible, and you will again be able to use Apple's iOS personal assistant even when the device is locked.

If you haven't already updated your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to iOS 9.0.2, you can do so by launching the Settings app by going to General> Software Update on your device and clicking "Download and Install".

if she information is impossible due to a weak network signal in your area, you can also connect your iOS device to your Mac and click the "Check for updates" button.

Download iOS 9.0.2 for iPhone and iPod or iOS 9.0.2 for iPads from our website to get rid of the lock screen in iOS 9.0 and 9.0.1.

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