Since the San Bernardino shooting in 2014, Apple’s been engaged in a game of cat and mouse with law enforcement. Authorities want access to evidence on criminals’ iPhones, but Apple wants to protect all of its customers’ personal data equally. The latest installment in this saga has Apple outright disabling the Lightning port.

Cellebrite & GrayKey

In February 2018, Israeli company Cellebrite told its customers it had a tool that could unlock any iPhone in existence. Per CNN, Cellebrite is the “FBI’s go-to phone hacker,” so this new tool had serious implications — US law enforcement agencies… more

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