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Description: Apple has upped it’s game in the security department, promising that once your phone has been locked, it’s next to impossible to access the information on it.

Source: The Globe and Mail

Date: September 19, 2014


In light of the celebrity photo leaks that have been happening over the last little while, the new release of the iPhone 6 promises to take extreme security measures. Unless your information or photos have been save to an iCloud, no one – not even the police – can access it. Watch Video.

Questions for discussion:

1. How do you think police will react to this highly secure feature? How will they work around it when obtaining warrants for these devices?

2. Do you save your information to cloud storage of any kind? Will this feature encourage you to store important files solely on your phone?

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