iPhone loophole makes your passcode redundant
Most iPhone users have a four-digit passcode in place on their handsets, so nasty people can't Frape them, or look at all those horrible selfie nude photos they've been sending out to would-be admirers.
Well, there's a loophole that pretty much makes the phone's security about as safe as a bank vault made from butter.
A video posted on YouTube shows off how to get into an iPhone, which sees the hack started by aborting an emergency call and then pressing a dozen combinations to fool the device into keeping itself wide open.
That gives whoever follows the hack, access to all your emails, online banking, personal details and numbers. If the person with your phone is particularly dastardly, they could install something and control your phone remotely, but it's more likely they'll sell your phone to Cex so they can buy eight cans of Ace and a bag of smack.
Watch the video here and try it out on your own phone, if you have nothing better to do. It requires precise timing, but as hacks go, this is a pretty easy one.