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I recently used an app that was for live wallpapers and then got a pop up that made a beeping sound (like the typical bomb from movies). I read some reviews of the app which describe the message as a scam, but for the future does apple even provide this type of message?

Link to the google search of the app cover for the app I was using when the incident occured

Link to img search of app cover of app I downloaded minutes before this one that may have also caused the incident (This one did lag which is a symptom listed for a virus, but also my device is sort of outdated and doesn't get updated any more so maybe the app is too updated

1st link used for research

2nd site used for research

  • The first and the second link are the same, is this how you wanted it to be? – nohillside Nov 20 '17 at 5:43
  • No, I didn't mean to link the same link twice, thanks – GoalBike Nov 20 '17 at 6:25
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No, any scary popup about viruses on any computer can safely be ignored. An actual message from an actual virus scanner (which doesn’t exist on iOS anyway) will be more measured.

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