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Apple iPhone update resurfaced deleted NSFW photos, user claims

Photos thought long gone are reappearing for some iPhone owners.

Apple’s iOS 17.5 update is here, but some users say the update brought back deleted photos from years ago.

In a post on the r/ios subreddit on Tuesday, one user said they were “completely freaked out” to find photos from 2021 that they thought had already been permanently deleted.

“I went to send a photo and saw the last few photos were NSFW material we made years ago,” the poster reads. “WTF.”

“Same here. I have four photos from 2010 that reappear as the last photos uploaded to iCloud. I’ve deleted them several times,” another user replied.

Another poster reported a similar issue, saying: “A photo I took two years ago suddenly reappeared at the top of my photos app. I regularly delete photos from my library to export them to my PC, which makes this even stranger.”

MacRumors was the first to spot concerns about Apple’s Photos app.

Users have also expressed privacy concerns.

“Apple is a privacy advocate,” one person wrote in response to the first Reddit post, but said that if deleted files aren’t really deleted after so many years, “how can we trust it ?


iOS 17.5 update screen

Apple’s iOS 17.5 is currently available for installation.

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The iOS 17.5 update includes lock screen updates, “bug fixes,” and security updates. Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Business Insider.

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