Apple’s Battle for Privacy

March 3, 2016 | Views: 2898

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Recently in the news, there have been many reports that say that the FBI is fighting Apple. FBI stated that they want Apple to create a backdoor for Apple devices to catch terrorists. The FBI even pressured Apple, but they responded with a public letter stating that they will not create the backdoor and there is a good reason why…security. According to the New York Times, Apple engineers are working harder on improving the security of the phone that would ensure that no government can break into a locked phone.  However, Apple’s engineer stated that these security features were already in development before the  California attack.

Although I haven’t tested it, there are sites that claim that they could potentially unlock any iPhone by connecting an iPhone to a computer and having iTunes connect to a fraudulent iCloud server such as (which is icloud spelled backwards).

Thanks for reading and I hope you find it interesting.

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  1. So what new?

  2. The…password…is….(wait for it)

    “fidelio” *in an ominous tone*


    ~”Eyes Wide Shut” movie reference, just in case somebody didn’t get it~

  3. Why is such content allowed on OP3N? This applies to no course category, nor does it fit in the scheme of OP3N. This belongs on the Forums not OP3N.

    • I would disagree with you if the article actually presented more information that wasn’t extremely common knowledge. I was actually looking forward to reading this until I saw it didn’t add anything of substance.

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