Apple to U.S. court: We can’t unlock new iPhones, even if we try
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Apple to U.S. court: We can’t unlock new iPhones, even if we try


Apple can’t unlock iPhones running iOS 8 or higher even if asked to do so by law enforcement, the company told a U.S. judge on Monday.

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Apple takes protecting their users security and privacy seriously. This makes the iPhone and iPad reasonably secure end-points. That is very good, but there is still a lot of less proactive security thinking in the app industry that all too often produce apps that are leaking private data both in transit and on their servers.

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