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Kanye West Accidentally Revealed His iPhone Passcode For The Whole World To See

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Seem like Kanye West just made yet another social media mistake that may haunt him very soon. The famous rapper accidentally revealed the passcode of his iPhone while he was unlocking his phone to show U.S President Donald Trump something on his phone. 

Kanye West Accidentally Revealed His iPhone Passcode For The Whole World To See© Twitter

West was trying to show the design of a new plane that he wants President Trump to make as the official Air Force One design. Kanye calls it the “iPlace 1” which is a hydrogen-powered concept aircraft. 

In the video, we can clearly see Kanye unlocking his phone with the code “000000” 

Kanye just unlocked his iPhone before the TV cameras in the Oval Office. And his password is just 0 repeatedly pic.twitter.com/mOAbhRLr7s

— Steve Kopack (@SteveKopack) October 11, 2018

Kanye is probably using the iPhone XS or the iPhone X that supports facial recognition. Despite the available feature, we see Kanye putting in his passcode with much excitement to show the designs. 

Kanye West Accidentally Revealed His iPhone Passcode For The Whole World To See© Reuters

What's scary is that the passcode is probably the simplest one any human can use, and even Apple doesn't recommend users using a simple password like 000000. Apple will pop up a notification that suggests you consider a different passcode. 

Here's a closer look at what Kanye was trying to show:

Kanye West Accidentally Revealed His iPhone Passcode For The Whole World To See© Twitter

What's funny is that Kanye is basically showing an image of a 2012 concept plane, that was imagined by an industrial designer. The design was used to show what the commercial aircraft may look like by 2030. 

Kanye's hydrogen iPlane photo is a 2012 concept from an industrial designer pic.twitter.com/oVUMgliGqg

— James Titcomb (@jamestitcomb) October 11, 2018

It was tracked by Telegraph's James Titcomb and he says that Kanye, or his team, basically added the “iPlane 1” and “TRUMP” text to show off to the President. 

Way to go Kanye, not only did you steal someone else's design to pass off as your own; you even made sure everyone in the world could hack your phone in the process. 

Source: Yahoo News

Emraan Hashmi

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