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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Apple says FaceTime will be safe to use again next week. The company has a fix for a bug that allowed callers to listen in on other people before they even picked up.

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A software update that patches that security flaw in the app will be rolled out next week.

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In the meantime, experts urge all iPhone users to disable FaceTime on their phones.