Passengers on a Southwest Airlines plane are going to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. decided it was a good idea to send nude photos to the pilot’s iPhone via AirDrop. He was clearly angry He threatened not to take off and said all passengers might have to get off the planepotentially “ruining the holidays” for many.
It is possible to hear the pilot’s reaction in a video posted on TikTok, which has been watched more than 2.6 million times so far. “So that’s the deal, if so [o compartilhamento de fotos] Go ahead we’ll stay on the floor, I’ll be pulled to the door [de embarque]Everyone will have to go, we’ll include security and your vacation will be ruined.”
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The photos sent to the pilot’s iPhone were from other Apple devices shared via AirDrop. The tool uses low-power Bluetooth to share files over a short distance.
How to Protect Yourself from Unwanted Photos
In this case, the passengers sent the said photos to the pilot and said, “Whatever this AirDrop thing is, stop sending nude photos and let’s go to Cabo.” Airline, on a note New York PostTo protect the “safety, protection and well-being of customers and employees,” he said, this is his “highest priority”.
This isn’t the first time an incident involving AirDrop has affected an air operation. in May, passengers received photos of crashes involving vehicles and planescaused panic and caused the flight to be delayed. Nine passengers were detained.
To avoid receiving unwanted photos on your iPhone via AirDrop, simply configure the following:
Select the “General” option in the Settings app;
Next, tap on “AirDrop” and choose one of the “Davi Retrieval” options to receive nothing; “Contacts only” and “All”.
Source: Tec Mundo