By Katie GormanUpdated Apr 08, 2019 08:42:52Intercom owners should be especially careful of an app called “The Intercom,” a program that provides a “full screen” video link to the main phone’s camera when it’s on and off, but not when it is in the background.
The app’s description suggests the feature is intended to alert you to an incoming call when the phone is in use.
But according to a report in The Hill, the app doesn’t actually work on iPhone 4s and 4s Plus phones.
According to the report, The Intercom program is meant to help people in the United States and Canada use their iPhones in an emergency, but users can be turned off or turned on at any time.
Users of a number of popular iPhone models, including the iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 6, iPhone SE, iPhone X, and iPhone XR, can opt to disable the program.
If you’re one of the lucky few who don’t have to rely on a video link, here are some tips to keep your iPhone’s video connection safe:Be careful with the video appThe app itself does not appear to be connected to the phone’s internal video camera, which means it’s not possible to download the video directly from the app.
Instead, you’ll have to use a third-party app, such as QuickTime or YouTube.
The apps’ videos don’t appear to include a clear audio cue that lets you know when the video is ready to be viewed.
The app is not designed to work in an Emergency Mode mode.
The video app appears to be designed to show a video preview, but the video only appears on the home screen when the app is active.
When the video preview appears, the video will not appear until you tap the “Next” button.
If the video doesn’t appear, turn off the videoIf you tap on the video icon, you can tap the image to toggle between the video and the main screen.
You can also tap the arrow in the upper-left corner of the video to move the camera.
You can also click on the arrow at the top of the screen to toggle the volume and mute buttons on the iPhone.