Hi guys, over the weekend I heard that the iPhone that was used by the killer in the Paris attacks has been unlocked by the FB I. So, what does this mean for Apple? Well, reports are saying that Apple might not have to change their operating system. But, we will hear more about this as time passes online.
I have one thing to tell all of you. I care about my privacy. I have been using iOS for about four years now. I do not want the government trying to listen to my phone calls or anything else. I also don't want them looking at emails. When Apple released version iOS 9.3, this was one step further that Apple made for security. I say this because we can now I encrypt our notes using a pass code or our fingerprints with the fingerprint scanner. Privacy is a right. The more people that we have talking about this issue will bring positive feedback. I am on Apple's side. We should not have to handover anything to the government. We should have access to anything we want and not have to worry about our privacy being hacked. Remember, encryption is the key. When ever I use one of my iOS devices, I feel safe just because it is encrypted and unable to get hacked. According to the news, the FBI unlocked the iPhone using the mystery method. I had a feeling that they would be able to get the phone unlocked. But, we shouldn't have to suffer and pay for somebody else's actions. Apple needs to continue making their devices harder and harder to be hacked. Apple has done good by what they say. Remember, I am going to say this again. Privacy is a right.
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