Apple confirms that iOS system 12 will prevent law enforcement agencies from open phones iPhone

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Lately we’ve been hearing about how the law enforcement agencies who put their hands on the software and hardware that gives them the possibility of opening phones iPhones locked. This comes in the wake of the refusal of Apple to open iPhone belonging to suspected or create security vulnerabilities hidden in the operating systems for law enforcement agencies.

Now, we’ve heard that in iOS system 12, the company invented the Apple way can make software and hardware used by law enforcement agencies unlock iPhones that are locked are useless. It has been shown now that those reports were true, as Apple has confirmed it conclusively, at least according to a report from the newspaper The New York Times.

For non-insiders to the previous report, it was suggested basically that Apple will stop the Lightning connector on the iPhone from working if it is discovered that the user did not open the phone for an hour. To unlock the product to avoid the possibility of data transfer from the new, users will need after that to enter the phone password.

What this does effectively is that it makes devices like the GrayKey Box useless because of the fact that the time frame has been shortened to an hour, making it impossible for those organs to do its job. Defended Apple about this change in the iOS system 12, claiming that it was implemented for security reasons, not to thwart law enforcement officers who are just trying to do their jobs.

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