New voice phishing scam targeting Apple iPhone users
However, when the user called back, the automated system answered followed by a man with an Indian accent inquiring the reason for the call.
When she informed that she was alerted about a breach at Apple and was asked to call on the support number, the call was disconnected after a brief moment. Undoubtedly, it was another case of a phishing scam to extract personal or financial information from users.
It is advisable to never answer to such phishing calls as support teams never proactively call you if something goes wrong with your device.