Washington, Aug 18 : Text messages sent on Apple's iPhone can be hacked, a developer, who calls himself Pod2g, has claimed.
The developer, in his blog post, suggested that every model, going back to the original iPhone is at risk.
Pod2g claimed that a hacker can change the reply-to address of a text message, CBS News reports.
He claimed that `carriers don''t check this part of the message, which means one can write whatever he wants in this section, a special number like 911, or the number of somebody else.'
According to the report, the risks of this type of alleged security loophole are phishing for sensitive information or the potential for an impostor to send false messages.
Apple did not immediately comment on the allegations. (ANI)