You don't even have to click anything.
2020, Ars Technica: Zero-click iMessage zero-day used to hack the iPhones of 36 journalists
Three dozen journalists had their iPhones hacked in July and August using what at the time was an iMessage zero-day exploit that didn’t require the victims to take any action to be infected, researchers said.
Since the rise of iMessage zero-clicks a few years ago, it's become increasingly clear that comprehensively reducing the service's vulnerabilities would take some epic rearchitecting—which seems unlikely at best.
2021, Forbes: Why You Should Switch iMessage After New iPhone Updates
iMessage users are left worried that serious vulnerabilities may or may not have been fixed, that Apple is about to break its own model and screen the private iMessages on their iPhones, and that this risks introducing even more vulnerabilities into Apple’s “black box” ecosystem. Maybe it’s time...
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