The latest problem with iOS 6.1 involves the passcode lock. A glitch in the software allows someone to break into a passcode protected Apple iPhone using the method that is described in the video below. So we would expect to see iOS 6.1.2 very soon? Is that a yes? Until a fix is sent out, don't expect to completely safeguard your phone by using the passcode lock.
16.JunkCreek(Posts: 407; Member since: 13 Jul 2012)
it is a "way" for those who had late to update the ios beta, so the users are force to update without being able to backup the phone content such as photos. contacts and messeges. by by passing screen lock code with "emergency call" method so then the users can itunes sync the iphone before doing updating/upgrading ios. i've read on macrumors/appleinsider some other days ago. and yes, they give a warn for latest ios user not being able to use the method because it might have found by apple. no haters guys, just try to read troubleshoot section on every phone os and manufactures.
22.Berzerk000(Posts: 4275; Member since: 26 Jun 2011)
Yeah, except that method doesn't work at all. Just tried it myself, no good anymore. Maybe you should test your sources if they're almost a year old, to see if they're valid before making sarcastic comments.
24.skymitch89(Posts: 1302; Member since: 05 Nov 2010)
I don't see anything that proves that there is a "bug" in iOS making the lock code "unsafe". This is simply showing that even with a passcode on, they can still access contacts and make phone calls and take screen shots. Now if he were to be at the dial pad and press the home button and it went to the home screen instead of back to the lock screen, then I would consider that a security flaw.