Apple has been having troubles with the iOS 13 for quite some time now. Even the tech reviewers who cover iPhone 11 lineup mentioned that iOS 13 has some major bugs causing crashes, and random reboots. Apple released the iOS 13 to all the eligible devices on 19th September and confirmed that users will receive iOS 13.1 soon.
That, however, doesn’t change the fact that iOS 13 is riddled with bugs that forced the US Department of Defense to issue a warning asking users not to update. Unfortunately for Apple, this wasn’t the end of it as a Reddit user found a severe bug in iOS 13. According to u/Thanamite, he was changing his iTunes credit card when he noticed that his credit card info was replaced by someone else’s credit card. He noted that the credit card belonged to a woman in Illinois and he was able to access all the information including the address and credit card number. This is enough information for someone to empty the card without the user even realizing it. This wasn’t the only case as another user published the same experience on Reddit a few hours ago.
Both the users noted that they have reported it to Apple who then escalated the issue to the senior management. Apple has told that the company is aware of the issue and is working actively to fix it. We don’t know if the issue will be patched with iOS 13.1 or not. Apple hasn’t released any official statement yet. In the meantime, we would urge our readers to remove their payment information from their iPhone. We are not sure if the issue is specific to iOS 13 or not so it’s better to remove the information until Apple releases an official statement to share the specifics of the bug and who is affected by it.