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"At the minute nothing's official, we've just been spending time together and we're trying to keep it a little bit under wraps this time because for five years our whole relationships been on camera." She added: "As soon as we know what's happening with us we will tell the world but right now we don't even know." However the radio interview came just as another interview in the UK was released – in which she said she wasn’t interested in Gaz.
If you have the “Apple two-step” turned on, then the i Message and Face Time services are now protected by it.Geordie Shore's Gaz Beadle is clearly feeling a little cheeky these days.The reality TV hunk, fresh from stripping off for a scantily-clad selfie, bared his naked bottom during a video conversation with his on-off flame Charlotte Crosby.Gaz, 27, shared screenshots from the steamy Facetime conversation with his co-star Charlotte, 25 as he showed off his buns of steel.Charlotte can be seen in the corner giggling as Gaz takes a shower.Gaz and Charlotte have been on and off for five years but have been hitting the headlines recently after appearing to give their romance another go.
Earlier this week, Charlotte declared her love for the star after etching his name in the sand alongside a love heart on a beach in Australia.
In an interview on Australian radio, she said: "Me and Gary are getting very well at the minute.
We've just done some filming for the five year anniversary special so we've been spending a lot of time together.
Apple provided two-step security for your Apple ID back in March 2013, and extended the protection to i Cloud in September 2014.
Ironically, extending protection for i Cloud was largely precipitated by Apple’s own advice, issued at the time of 2014’s Giant Nude Celebrity Photo Leak Scandal.
Some of the stolen photos in that scandal were almost certainly acquired from i Cloud, which led to accusations that i Cloud itself had “been hacked.” It turned out that the problem was almost certainly down to poor i Cloud password choices by the victims, which led Apple to urge everyone, “Use two-step verification!