Re/code has received a statement from Apple about the alleged hacking incidents. Natalie Kerris says:
“We take user privacy very seriously and are actively investigating this report,” said Apple spokeswoman Natalie Kerris.
As is the norm with Apple’s public facing commentary, the company has not said much about the situation. Somehow, compromising personal pictures of several celebrities have leaked online and many are blaming iCloud as the root cause. The events are muddled by the fact that some of the reported claims have transpired to be fake Photoshopped images, although some — like the images of Jennifer Lawrence — have been confirmed to be legitimate.