Feds (Once Again) Gain Access to iPhone Without Apple’s Help, by David Murphy, PC Mag.com
Stop us if you’ve heard this one. Federal prosecutors no longer need Apple’s assistance in unlocking an iPhone in a Brooklyn drug case, as investigators have found a way to do so themselves. It’s the second major case recently where the government has attempted to demand Apple’s help but, before a judge granted the government’s request, the Justice Department managed to unlock the iPhone in question. . . .
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