After what seems to be one the most historic breach of celebrity privacy we’ve witnessed in recent was blamed on Apple, the company has finally responded to accusations that it’s iCloud servers were responsible for the event.
Early Monday morning the internet saw a huge posting on 4Chan which contained private and compromising photographs of many A-list female celebrities. According to the individual who posted the images on 4Chan’s image site, the images were obtained from Apple’s iCloud servers, creating doubts over it’s security and credibility.
Apple soon responded in a brief statement saying that the company was actively investigating the issue and that user privacy was of it’s utmost concern. Well it looks like the investigation is over and the results (according to Apple) are out.