iPhone users are complaining about a security bug with the new operating system.
The glitch could give hackers easy access to their personal information, Tech Radar reports.
A new feature called the Control Center, as reported by several tech blogs, apparently gives anyone access to your phone even when it is locked by swiping upward on the screen.
Until Apple fixes the glitch, here's what Tech Radar says users should do: "Navigating to the settings menu, selecting Control Center and and turning off "Access to Lock Screen" prevents this new iOS 7 exploit."
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