So, the question is how can you delete these fake i Phone popup virus or Ad-ware messages from Safari browser?Example: Whenever you get a message like this on your i Phone 7 Plus, they would ask you to call the phone number asking for payment and credit card information to fix the virus.Believe it or not, most of the popup related fake virus get resolved by just following these simple step above. By pressing reset, you’ll get a warning “Erase All Content and Settings,”so just before resetting the i Phone 7 it would be best to backup data and other informations on i Cloud/i Tune first.
Just copy the URL and paste it in Google search to see if they are legit.
If you pay for the adware fix, they would cost about 299 paid to company name like “CLICK4FIX, CLICK4SUPPORT)Consider taking your i Pad to an authorized Apple customer care store and give them as much information as possible.
On the other side of the call you’ll be talking to a heavy Indian accent speaker asking for money to remove it.
In some rare cases, an Apps can actually contain virus that will steal personal informations (Apple will remove these app from store).
They would pretend to be working from Apple Support (Most of the time, you would be speaking to a heavy Indian accent speaker) – 1-844-823-6760 Call Apple Tech Support Immediately for assistance – popup auto call.