Tag: San Bernardino

Privacy, Security

San Bernardino iPhone hack probably won’t work on newer models, says FBI director

April 8, 2016

Via: Techradar

FBI Director James Comey has opened up ever so slightly regarding the process involved in cracking into the San Bernardino iPhone. He stated that the bureau purchased a “tool” from a private party that could access the data of the […]

Privacy, Security

It’s over: FBI successfully accesses data on San Bernardino iPhone without Apple

March 29, 2016

Via: Techradar

And just like that, the tempestuous battle between Apple and the US government over a locked iPhone is finished. The FBI has successfully accessed the data stored on San Bernardino terrorist Syed Farook’s iPhone, according to a filing today by […]

Mobile, Smartphones

Apple’s product launch event will now take place on March 21, one day before its DoJ court case

February 29, 2016

Via: TechSpot

The rumored date of Apple’s upcoming product event has changed yet again. Originally, outlets reported that it would be held on March 15, but this eventually changed to March 22. Now, a report from Buzzfeed claims that the Cupertino company […]