By Becca Caddy May 10 th 2016 at 10:00AM
Apple users across the country are still receiving phishing messages today that have been designed by scammers to get them to hand over their Apple ID passwords and loads of other personal bits of information.
Although some people seem to have received slightly different messages, most claim to be from Apple and forward users a link to visit to reset their passwords. You might wonder how anyone could fall for such a silly prank in 2016, but admittedly the text messages look kinda legit, as does the website you're forwarded onto. So it's definitely worth telling your less savvy friends and relatives what to look out for. Read the full article here