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iPhone iOS 17.5 update makes users’ old deleted photos reappear

iPhone users are causing a dreaded déjà vu.

Apple’s latest iOS 17.5 update – which the company recently urged users to download instantly – makes photos deleted years ago reappear on phones.

One person was shocked to suddenly see deleted nude photos she had taken with her partner three years ago appear in her camera roll.

“I went to send a photo and saw the last few photos were some (not safe for work) material we made years ago when we lived apart,” lamented the shocked and “hurt” user. comfortable” on Reddit.

“But WTF. It has been permanently deleted. Years ago but magically it’s back?? I checked my iPad and it also has photos (artwork I made years ago). I feel so uncomfortable.

The Post has contacted Apple for comment.


Deleted photos reappear on iPhones with the latest Apple update.
Deleted photos reappear on iPhones with the latest Apple update. picsmart – stock.adobe.com

The update, which included security upgrades, new features and some cosmetic changes, had a similar effect on another user who commented on the post.

“Same here. I have four photos from 2010 that reappear as the last photos uploaded to iCloud. I have deleted them several times,” they wrote.

Others on X, the one who captured their photos returned unintentionallycalled it “the worst software experience ever.”

“These came out of nowhere,” they added.

Another User X wrote that they “can re-see several photos that I had deleted in Photos.”

A person posted that 25 voicemails also reappeared on their phone.

Tech blog MacRumors has listed some possible explanations for the exploit issue that’s making users feel vulnerable.


Many feel uncomfortable because of the latest update, causing their photos to reappear.
Many feel uncomfortable because of the latest update, causing their photos to reappear. sdx15 – stock.adobe.com

“The reports could be due to an indexing bug, library corruption, or a syncing issue between local devices and iCloud Photos,” according to the site.

“Another possibility is that in attempting to fix a photo sync bug that occurred in iOS 17.3, Apple inadvertently caused a new sync issue that may involve iCloud backups.”

The shocking flaw comes a month after Apple warned many users around the world that their phones were the target of a “mercenary” cyberattack.



News Source : nypost.com
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