Apple has invested a notable portion of its extensive resources on iPhone security and privacy after its battle with the FBI for an iPhone at the centre of the San Bernardino shootings in the year 2016.
Apple recently released, probably the most secure smartphones ever. Although, there is still a notion that the law enforcement and the government are going through their best iPhone hacking days. West Virginia state police forensics specialist Chris Vance said their latest new iPhone hacking technology could break into even the latest iPhones with the most updated version of iOS.
Vance also said, “There’s so much location data right now we’re able to finally explore again and dive deep into.” Vance talks about the halcyon days of iPhone and GrayKey’s ability to collect data from Apple devices. He also sent a password-locked iPhone X to Grayshift which gave it back with all the data exposed.