We all know very well that the tech giant Apple is increasingly focused on the safety and privacy of its users, taking on the responsibility of implementing the necessary measures. Hence, now according to the latest reports, the tech giant Apple to implement new security features simply to prevent police hacking tools.
Apple Will Update iOS To Prevent Police Hacking Tool
The tech giant Apple is increasingly focused on the safety and privacy of its users, taking on the responsibility of implementing the necessary measures.
After seeing some changes emerge in iOS 12, now the tech giant Apple has confirmed that it will implement measures to prevent unauthorized access to tools that unlock the iPhone.
After several cases in which the tech giant Apple refused to unlock several iPhones, the US law enforcement agencies have turned to companies that market tool and hardware that deal with these processes automatically.
Apple’s new security measure for iOS
The tech giant Apple wants now to end these unauthorized accesses and for that has implemented measures in iOS 12 and iOS 11.4 that will permanently eliminate the flaws that were exploited.
To achieve this, iOS will no longer allow data exchange via the lightning port on devices that have not been unlocked in the last hour, hence by that time this port will be used only for charging power.
Apple’s reasons for applying this security feature
In statements provided, the tech giant Apple has emphasized that it is always looking to increase the security of its systems and devices, preventing hacker attacks and identity thieves.
With this new feature, the protection is guaranteed that all equipment that companies like GrayShift Cellebrite and other traded and that allowed unlocking any iPhone.
This was a measure already expected and the tech giant Apple had been talking for some time. This ensures the safety of iOS and iPhone users as well as their private data, reinforcing Apple’s commitment in this area.
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