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Future iPhones could automatically detect nuisance callers using spoofed phone numbers

[2018-10-11 12:45:47]

Apple is seemingly attempting to combat the problem of phone scammers and other types of nuisance callers, by coming up with a method to detect if the inbound call is using a spoofed number and warning the recipient before they answer.

Future iPhones could automatically detect nuisance callers using spoofed phone numbers


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