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This iPhone error could make you consume a lot of data and end your rate

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However, there is still a bug present that is quite harmful to users. Not at the level of vulnerability in relation to a possible hacker attack, but rather harmful at the level of resource consumption.

We are talking specifically about mobile data consumption. That's right, it is a bug capable of consuming a lot of mobile data from your operator to the point that it could end up killing your rate. Keep an eye out.

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The bug that could be consuming your iPhone's mobile data

As reported by Forbes, this iOS 13 bug causes mobile data consumption to skyrocket and bills to increase for no apparent reason.

Many users affected by this problem have been suffering from this excessive data consumption for months. And worst of all, the only possible solution for some of them is to completely turn off their iPhone.

This bug affects all iPhone models and all available versions of iOS 13, including iOS 13.3.1, the latest version released by Apple.

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