The latest iPhone has encryption technology that will create it very complicated for government agencies to entrance its information and according to the New York Times “all the activities and personal data such as emails, address book, images, phone call records and more will be encrypted to the point that the NSA and further law enforcement agencies will have a very tough time accessing that detail.
It is just because Apple launched the new operating system to its all latest gadgets such as iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch device and once consumers put a pass code, Apple will no longer be capable to unlock your gadget even if ordered to do so by a court, That means if a court order Apple to disclose the contents of a cell phone, all it will be capable to turn over is a set of senseless data.
Apple declares that cracking the code that is exceptional to each user’s phone could take more than five years, although specialists say that underestimates how rapidly agencies can break codes, but it is a fact that that Apple isn’t the first cellular company to encrypt information on a phone, Google’s Android has been capable to do that for years, even if it is not the default setting. But due to the demand of customers the next version of Android will have the encryption as the default.
The director of FBI held a press conference to declare the facts about Apple new operating system, he said that this sort of technology will let people “hold themselves beyond the law and he also states that having such superior privacy protections could obstruct investigations associated with the criminal cases such as murder, kidnappings and more.
Several consumers across the world use virtual personal network apps that make it so their internet use cannot be checked by anyone and the NSA, FBI and other agency’s concern that these types of secretive apps will become very famous soon and make it hard for them to do their investigation jobs.