iPhone users beware: New phishing scam on the loose

- Apple iPhone users beware: A new phishing scam is tricking people into giving up their Apple passwords and other personal information.

According to The Independent, victims receive an unsolicited message which claims to come from Apple Inc.

They are instructed to immediately change their Apple ID password before it expires, and are directed to a legitimate-looking website where they are asked to input their username and password.

Don't fall for it!

For full details about the scam, head over to FOXNews.com.

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