It has been several years since Apple launched the iPhone 5c, but it looks like Apple is offering a bit of a bonus for some customers who have a unit that needs to be repaired.
iPhone 5c: Everything you need to know!
Apple released iOS 10 a few days ago and it comes jam-packed with new features and performance improvements. While this is an exciting news for many, iPhone 5 and iPhone 5C users are in for some surprise as few of our readers have pointed out that some of the features of iOS 10 don’t work on these devices.
Way back in January of this year, Samsung officially confirmed that the Gear S2, the company’s recently launched wearable, would support the iPhone at some point in the future.
Dish is a company that’s known better for providing satellites and set-top boxes to its customers, but it’s apparently ready to branch out.
Back in April it was reported that the method in which the Federal Bureau of Investigation used to access an iPhone 5c would probably never be known by Apple. And now a new report has surfaced echoing those statements.
Apple and the government aren’t done doing the encryption tango, it seems, as the Cupertino-based company throws another gauntlet at the Department of Justice.
Right now, the Federal Bureau of Investigation is trying very hard to convince everyone that it has no other options than to compel Apple to help it access an iPhone they believe might hold sensitive data on it.
The San Bernardino District Attorney has told a federal judge that the iPhone used by shooter Syed Farook could be a trigger for a “cyber pathogen.” Michael Ramos is concerned that the device has the potential to damage San Bernardino County’s infrastructure.
An iPhone 5c is seeing way more attention these days than it ever did at launch, thanks to it being center stage in an ongoing debate about security.