Why Apple can’t decrypt your iPhone

November 4, 2015


Many governments are looking for Apple to give them a way into the iPhone so that law enforcement agencies can access it to retrieve personal data from a suspect’s iPhone that might lead to a breakthrough in a case.

Apple doesn’t want to give anyone that kind of access and can’t even do it on newer devices that run iOS 8 or later. The company offers end-to-end encryption protection on its devices, a point it made several times, and the encryption is so sophisticated it can’t be broken.

If you want a more detailed explanation, here’s why Apple can’t really unlock modern iPhones.

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