Apple Confirms to Shut Down Beeper Mini that Enabled Messages Between iOS & Android

Apple Confirms to Shut Down Beeper Mini that Enabled Messages Between iOS & Android

Apple will discontinue the Beeper Mini app, allowing Android users to send and receive messages from iOS devices through iMessage. The move came after potential security flaws in the Beeper Mini technique of sending and receiving messages between iOS and Android.

According to a press release by Apple, they explained everything regarding this development. To summarise, Apple aims to develop products and services with the best privacy protection and security techniques.

Apple keeps the security of its customers in mind while developing its products. They ensure that users’ data and personal information are safe and secure.

Shutting down Beeper Mini was to protect users’ data by blocking techniques that use fake information to get access to Apple’s iMessage.

This will also reduce potential spam, unwanted message flow, and phishing attacks. Apple will also do more updates to protect their user’s online data from misuse.

While responding to Apple’s statement, Beeper Mini’s CEO expressed his willingness to work with Apple and review the security measurments of Beeper Mini.

Despite the clear statement from Apple, CEO Eric Migicovsky of Beeper is fully confident that their app will be used for messages between iOS and Android phones by changing its security and privacy.

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