Setting a passcode on your iPhone is the first line of defense to help prevent other people from accessing your device.
However, it’s pretty easy for anyone to access your personal photographs and contacts from your iPhone running iOS 9 in just 30 seconds or less, even with a passcode and/or Touch ID enabled.
One hacker has found a 30-second trick to bypass the iPhone’s lockscreen on iOS 9 to access private information through Siri. Protect yourself with a simple update.
Here’s the List of Steps to Bypass Passcode:
You need to follow these simple steps to bypass passcode on any iOS device running iOS 9.0:
Wake the iOS device and Enter an incorrect passcode four times.
For the fifth time, Enter 3 or 5 digits (depending on how long your passcode is), and for the last one, press and hold the Home button to invoke Siri immediately followed by the 4th digit.
After Siri appears, ask her for the time.
Tap the Clock icon to open the Clock app, and add a new Clock, then write anything in the Choose a City field.
Now double tap on the word you wrote to invoke the copy & paste menu, Select All and then click on “Share”.
Tap the ‘Message‘ icon in the Share Sheet, and again type something random, hit Return and double tap on the contact name on the top.
Select “Create New Contact,” and Tap on “Add Photo” and then on “Choose Photo”.
You’ll now be able to see the entire photo library on the iOS device, which is still locked with a passcode. Now browse and view any photo from the Photo album individually.
Watch Video for bypass iOS 9 Lockscreen
After this bypass attack Apple have been updated new version iOS 9.0.1 but its still we can bypass its lockscreen.
Look below Video demonstrate: Video for bypass iOS 9.0.1 Lockscreen
How To prevent by this attack?
Until Apple fixes this issue, iOS users can protect themselves by disabling Siri on the lock screen