I’m sure we are all aware of the dispute between the FBI and Apple, as the FBI has been facing a dilemma with accessing the San Bernardino iPhone used by a terrorist. Well in the end, the FBI was able to gain access to the iPhone without Apple’s help and without losing all of the data stored on the phone. But the real question is, how did they do it?
After officially dropping the release date for his highly highly anticipated “Views From The 6”, news is now circling that Drake’s fourth proper studio album will only be available on Apple. Remember last year he inked that massive deal with them? Yeah, that had a lot to do with it. Hit the jump.
The government no longer has to turn to Apple to try and get into the San Bernardino iPhone. In a court filing prosecutors told the court the new method for breaking into a iPhone is through sound.
The battle that’s been in the headlines with the fate of ‘our privacy’ in the balance may have just come to an abrupt end! Although it seemed as thought the Gov’t was doubling down on trying to get Apple to create a back door into the San Bernardino Terrorist’s iPhone, which Apple contended that would ‘open the door’ for other Gov’t to ask for the same thing, or IF a ‘backdoor’ was created it WOULD unavoidably be leaked online and ‘they’ could use it.