Warning for Apple iPhone users

New scam on iPhone will lock your safari browser and ask you to pay £30 to fix it. Here’s how to fix it yourself!

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Apple is warning iPhone users about a new scam that freezes your safari browser even after restarting your device.

The error message comes with a phone number to ring which will take you through to someone who is not working for apple that will tell you your iOS has crashed and that by paying £30 they will fix it for you. However there is another way to fix this issue.

Read our blog to find out how to remove this error message without having to pay. Click here to read our latest blog post.

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