Cellebrite claims it can unlock any iPhone

Nicholas Fearn
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Cellbrite's claims could be a massive breakthrough for law enforcement officials

A US Government contractor has allegedly come up with a way to unlock every single iPhone, a breakthrough moment for lawmakers. According to a report from Forbes, Israeli technology firm Cellebr...

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