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With Apple's ( admittedly ugly ) iPhone 11 now After the company has come together very quickly and in the last iOS 12 versions very solid something has changed.

Apple's iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR

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Israeli forensic company Cellebrite [1965-9016] has informed users that it has found a way to break into an iPhone or iPad with any iOS version – including the latest version . Tim Cook previously stated that there are 1.4BN of active iOS devices around the world that affect messages for each one of them.

Cellebrite was picked up by AppleInsider stating that it can perform a "complete file system extraction on any iOS device". In addition, Cellebrite is a company that you should take seriously. Back in 2016, the FBI is said to have cracked the San Bernardino killer's iPhone 5c Syed Rizwan Farook with Cellebrite, and the company has previously spoken with Forbes about its service .

In his defense, Cellebrite requires his tools to give you the physical possession of the iPhone or iPad you want to hack (this is not remotely possible), and to conduct in-depth security checks to determine the eligibility of anyone who this is what a device wants to crack. Nevertheless, Forbes has already reported that the Cellebrite kit was sold on eBay for only $ 100, making it a dream for hackers and jealous spouses.

Apple's iPhone XR

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In addition, it's obvious that a backdoor to iPhones and iPads was found. Given the vulnerability in every iOS version, this is not something that Apple knows or knows how to prevent. With many of iPhones still available for sale it may be a vulnerability that will never be fixed with iOS 13 over support for millions of iPhones.

For a long time, Apple has been advocating safety as a big selling point for competitors (Note: Cellebrite has already said that it can also hack Android devices), but now the company has to prove it by it finds and excludes access before it – inevitably – spreads far and wide.

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With Apple's ( admittedly ugly ) iPhone 11 now coming together fast and in recent iOS 12 releases very solid was the company in a kind of phase, but that has just changed.

Apple's iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR

Apple

Israeli forensic company Cellebrite [1965-9016] has informed users that it has found a way to break into an iPhone or iPad with any iOS version – including the latest version . Tim Cook previously stated that there are 1.4BN of active iOS devices around the world that affect messages for each one of them.

Cellebrite was picked up by AppleInsider stating that it can perform a "complete file system extraction on any iOS device". In addition, Cellebrite is a company that you should take seriously. Back in 2016, the FBI is said to have cracked the San Bernardino killer's iPhone 5c Syed Rizwan Farook with Cellebrite, and the company has previously spoken with Forbes about its service .

In his defense, Cellebrite requires his tools to give you the physical possession of the iPhone or iPad you want to hack (this is not remotely possible), and to conduct in-depth security checks to determine the eligibility of anyone who this is what a device wants to crack. Nevertheless, Forbes has already reported that the Cellebrite kit was sold on eBay for only $ 100, making it a dream for hackers and jealous spouses.

In addition, it's obvious that a backdoor to iPhones and iPads was found. Given the vulnerability in every iOS version, this is not something that Apple knows or knows how to prevent. With many of iPhones still available for sale it may be a vulnerability that will never be fixed with iOS 13 over support for millions of iPhones.

For a long time, Apple has been advocating safety as a big selling point for competitors (Note: Cellebrite has already said that it can also hack Android devices), but now the company has to prove it by it finds and excludes access before it – inevitably – spreads far and wide.

___

Follow Gordon on Twitter and Facebook

More on Forbes

New iPhone 11 report reveals three major upgrades

Apple accidentally performs a radical iPhone upgrade by

] More bad news for Apple as new iPhone designs released

Apple iOS 13 almost confirms the death of 3D Touch

Apple delivers important iPhone upgrade note for iOS 13 [19659052]


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