Kacie Anderson, a Carroll County native and Winters Mill High School graduate, used her Apple Watch to call 911 after being involved in a car crash. She is now a part of an advertising campaign for the Apple product.
President Trump and Congressional Republicans got a pretty big win earlier this week when Apple announced it would be investing $350 billion into the economy in the coming years, creating a new campus to house technical support for customers and adding 20,000 new jobs. But what about wages?
As someone who works in a digital crime lab for law enforcement, I can attest: There are no means to get around a fully encrypted iPhone, other than with the passcode. A forensic examination can obtain limited data from other methods (iCloud backups, etc.), but this information is very limited compared to what is present on the phone itself, and Apple is rumored to be moving to block access to even these methods in the name of privacy. I agree that privacy is important to maintain, but I also
Sayed Farook, one of the killers in the San Bernardino shootout last December, had an iPhone, and FBI investigators want the information he had stored on it. One week ago, the FBI obtained a court order requiring Apple to help them break into his phone. The next day, Apple said that the FBI wanted them to build an entirely new version of its operating system. Apple CEO Tim Cook argued that complying with the FBI's request would "undermine the very freedoms and liberty our government means to
Christmas may come early for Apple CEO Tim Cooke who could find out today whether a mess of Samsung phones are permanently placed on the naughty list, out of reach of U.S. consumers. Lakers star Kobe Bryant just scored his 30,000 point joining the elite ranks of Michael Jordan and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.