Apple is well-known for its commitment to user privacy, and its devices have a reputation for being incredibly secure and resistant to viruses. Across the board, that’s a reputation that’s well-earned.
But despite that, users of Apple devices and platforms can still be prone to scams — malicious attacks that prey on user trust to solicit sensitive information, login credentials or even financial details.
This isn’t strictly an Apple problem; scams exist across all tech platforms, but they’re notable because they can affect users of Apple’s normally secure platforms.
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