Apple has apologised after the hacking of some Chinese Apple IDs.
Last week a series of phishing scams hit China, and successful attacks on Apple IDs managed to get access to customer funds. This has lead to "a small number of users' accounts" being accessed.
In a statement to Chinese customers, Apple has said: "We are deeply apologetic about the inconvenience caused to our customers by these phishing scams."
The statement also says that these victims did not enable two-factor authentication, giving hackers a better chance of access to their accounts. Apple did not confirm how many users were affected, how much money was taken or how the accounts were broken in to.
Apple encourages people to enable two-factor authentication on their accounts, and you can find out how to do this by reading below or clicking