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[-]  14-06-18 11:56

Business Insider
Apple is reportedly closing a security loophole that will prevent police from accessing iPhones
Apple is changing the default settings on iPhones, stopping people from exploiting a security loophole to gain access to devices using the charging and data port.
Police sometimes use this loophole to gain access to devices.
Apple has butted heads with law enforcement about unlocking iPhones before. In 2016, it refused to help the FBI break into the phone of the San Bernardino gunman.

Apple is reportedly changing the default settings on iPhones to close a loophole which can be used to access l...

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