The iCloud for Windows program may have a serious vulnerability. iPhone users are faced with corrupted videos and images that do not belong to them.
Incredible problem with Apple’s iCloud for Windows program! iPhone users encountered photos that did not belong to them in their photo library.
Private Photos of Others Appear
iCloud for Windows allows iPhone users to access their photos, videos, files and other important information from their computers. Those who use the software that Apple occasionally updates are currently facing a serious problem. Videos saved on iPhone and then synced with iCloud program turn black, processed videos cannot be watched. Worse still, when users try to watch these corrupted videos, they see strange photos and videos in their library that do not belong to them.
Waiting for Apple’s Statement
For now, some iPhone 13 and 14 Pro users have reported that they are experiencing this problem. Corrupted videos from unknown sources also include private photos of people with their families. Reinstalling iCloud Windows does not fix the problem, the problem is probably on the server side. Apple has yet to comment on the matter.