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Yep. It’s another scam aimed at iPhone users. And this time, it even sounds too good to be true.

A fake iPhone ad recently surfaced that promised just that for Apple’s new mobile operating system. The ad claims that iOS 7 is able to “instantly detect sudden changes in thermo-distribution with the touch sensitive screen and home button.” It even claims that the update included a emergency “smart-switch” that would turn off the phone’s power if it came in contact with water.

This is not true.

We don’t know who created the ad, but it didn’t take long for people to start posting it on social media sites hoping to prank their friends.

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