Apple developing new security system that would make it impossible to break into a locked iPhone: When there is a battle going on between the FBI and the giant tech company Apple regarding the strict security system, Apple brings a technology that even the engineers of the company will not be able to hack it under any circumstances. While government directs Apple to weaken the security system so that they could hack into the data of the terrorist shooter’s phone, Apple breaks all barriers to create something that will bar even the government from hacking into any Apple device.
Apple developing new security system that would make it impossible to break into a locked iPhone
Apple states that they already have been working on a device that would strengthen the security system of Apple devices and finally they are all set to send the updates to all the Apple gadgets. Even if the case is won by Obama administration and the government gets access to the shooter’s phone, still Apple will update the new security technology for the users. Thus, the government have to devise yet another way to hack into the phone. That would again call for another case and thus the cycle will be again repeating. That will in turn make it mandatory for certain technical fixes.
Companies always aim to search for bugs so that the can keep their codes safe and secure from the various hacks. Thus, companies are always looking for ways to protect against any kind of intrusions into their systems.
Thus, with this new security technology, it makes it extremely difficult and almost impossible for the government or any other hacking systems to hack into an iPhone which is locked. The FBI and the giant company thus fights on whether they should hack into the iPhone 5c of the shooter, Syed Rizwan Farook.
Apple quarrels and justifies that if, according to the FBI, they agree to weaken the security system of Apple gadgets so that they can hack into the shooters phone, then it would impose a threat to all the Apple users globally. Such a thing would be an extreme disappointment and would certainly be bad for the company.
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