Thes viruses are rare on iOS devices, it is therefore unlikely that your iPhone or iPad to be infected.
If you notice that your smartphone is so unusual, this is surely due to the dysfunction of an app.
On the other hand, if you suspect that a virus is running on your iPhone or iPad, then follow this tutorial and our advice.
How do I know if a virus is present on your iPhone ?.
Technically speaking, a virus is a piece of code that mixes in a program or system. It then tries to broadcast it by hacking the messaging applications or social networks.
Some iOS applications, even the most “safe”, can be victims of malicious code, or it is the development kit used to create apps, which may have been hacked.
The apps are harmful are generally detected before they are made available on the App Store. However, it happens that users who have an iPhone unlocked to install, by mistake, of apps from other sources, which are then dangerous.
In all cases, the sandbox of iOS (computing environment in which a code is tested without affecting the application in question) should help prevent the virus from accessing other applications and the system.
Before you apply our techniques of virus removal ask yourself these two questions :
Have you unlocked your smartphone or tablet using an app from an unofficial source ?
If yes, then it is possible that a virus is present on your iPhone. Therefore, it is recommended to uninstall the app in question.
Is there a specific application buggue ?
If yes, then it could be that it has been hacked. In this case, it is necessary to also uninstall it.
If your iPhone or iPad do always comes back not normal, then it is almost certain that it is the hardware that no longer works.
If you think that it is a virus, then perhaps it would be better to visit the Genius Bar for Apple.
A corrupt application is causing the problem ? .
It is possible that an app is causing the dys– functioning all of a sudden your iPhone. This means that the application is defective, but this is not necessarily the fault of the developers.
Also, this is not because an app is legal, or designed by a reputable company that it is free of any defaults or hacking.
In effect, the hackers tend more to operate in the sdk on the operating system. This kit can then be used by developers who are well-meaning but unwary..
The pirates then have the opportunity to redirect you to a suspicious site when you use the app in question.
In general, it is obvious when an app is cracked, it is prone to bugs when using it. It automatically sends you on a website or on theApple Store without your permission.
To no longer experience this problem, it is recommended to uninstall the app and not reinstall it.
You can also look to see if any updates of this application exist (it is possible that the developers have made some corrections).
Clear history, site data.
Here is a little trick that can help you avoid automatic redirections.
Go to Settings → Safari → Clear history, site data, and then press Delete.
Shut down and restart.
To adjust the small malfunctions and bugs, you can restart or turn off your iPhone or your iPad.
To turn it off, press and hold the button Works (about 4 to 5 seconds) until the option to power Off appears on the screen, then slide your finger to confirm.
To restart your iPhone or iPad, hold the button to Walk, (about 10 seconds). When the Apple logo appears, release the pressure. Then, wait until your password you be asked. Finally, enter that to unlock your device.
If none of the 3 techniques worked, it will have to go through more radical measures, such as the restoration of your iOS device and its reconfiguration.
Restore your iPhone from a backup.
We assume that you do regular backups of your iOS.
If this is the case, then it will be easy to restore your iPhone from a backup, and then see if your smartphone is working properly again.
To restore your iPhone or iPad, follow our detailed tutorial.
If the situation remains unchanged, you will need to restore your iPhone with a backup prior to the installation of the app problem.
To configure your iPhone as a new device.
If you can’t use any backup, because it is too old or has a virus, then it will be necessary to start again from scratch.
Please be aware that this process is irreversible, you have a backup of your personal data before you start.
To erase the contents of your smartphone, go to Settings → General → Reset → Erase all content and settings.
Enter your password and validate the transaction.
It remains for you to configure your device as if you just had to have it for the first time.
Follow this complete tutorial to refer you in this procedure.
The last step is to reinstall the apps that you want to use, apart from the app suspicious.
Protect your iPhone from viruses.
To avoid viruses and protect your iPhone or iPad, switch it to systematically update.
Do not unclamping of iOS and stay vigilant as to the sites to download apps and programs. Do not open links that you are certain that they are secure.