iOS 7 Encounters New Bug That Allows Anyone To Disable ‘ Find My iPhone ’ Feature Without Password

Find My iPhone is considered the best tool for finding a stolen device, , especially since the phone prompts a user for their password before allowing the feature to be turned off. But now A security flaw has been discovered in iOS 7, which apparently allows any user to disable the “Find My iPhone” feature on a device without typing in the password.

Bradley Williams has shown off the bug on Youtube in a video clip, in which he was successfully able to switch off Apple’s Find My iPhone app without having to enter a password.

MacRumors has been able to successfully replicate this bug on an iPhone and an iPad running iOS 7.0.4, but could not get it to work on a device running iOS 7.1, so the flaw will likely be fixed with the upcoming update.