According to the story, “I’ve reported four weak 0-days this year between March 10 and May 4, as of now three of them are still in the latest iOS version (15.0) and one was fixed at 14.7, but Apple chose to cover it and not list it on the security issue page. ”
They add, “When I confronted them, they apologized, assured me it happened due to an issue action and promised to list on the security issue page of the next update. There have been three releases since then and it has been they break their promise all the time. ”
The researcher then took Apple’s due respect by giving them the opportunity to respond and provide feedback, otherwise they would publish public information, which they obviously aren’t. the reason for which it was disclosed.
These weaknesses are a bit experimental but are described on the researcher’s blog, so if you want to know more you can check out. Apple has not yet responded to the post, but these alleged practices have been widely publicized and may be used by hackers who now know about them, hoping they will crack them ASAP.