Apple’s iOS 8 to Protect the Consumer Data

Apple iOS 8In a blog post it is claimed by Apple that iOS 8 has a new encryption loaded that will not allow the company to disclose the customer’s pass code any more as the earlier version do. That statement was” So it’s not technically feasible for us to respond to government warrants for the extraction of this data from devices in their possession running iOS 8″.

The plan is perfect but it is not fool proof, the customer will not enjoy the freedom longer, if he backup the information of his phone on iCloud the protection go invalid because Apple has to provide the information to the police stored on its servers.

And this protection will only valid on the stuff present on your phone text messages, voice messages and photos. The government has a chance to spy on you through your Gmail and Ymail accounts. This is not only the Google and Yahoo but the network service provider can provide your phone call records to the police further more. And if you try to make a back up of you files on laptop then it can be accessed by the police easily. It could probably a great step by Apple but it doesn’t work.

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