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Apple rejects request made by kenyan gafament to unlock iphones

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US tech giant Apple rejected a request by the Kenyan government to unlock two iPhones that were the subject of police investigations in the six months to December.
The US Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) fillings of December 23 indicate that Apple received an appeal from Kenya seeking communication details on an iPhone that remained locked.
America’s market regulator did not disclose the type of information Kenya was seeking from the high-end phones or owners of the gadgets.
The rejection of Kenya’s request echoes Apple’s previous stand opposing demands by governments, including the US, to unlock an encrypted iPhones, arguing such a move would violate its free speech rights

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https://www.businessdailyafrica.com...ple-rejects-kenya-push-mystery-iphone-3250542
 

JM. Pombe

Village Elder
#18
I thought river road kuna wasee wanaeza unlock iPhone
Kuna ku-unlock by any means ndio simu iuzwe na kuna ku-unlock ilinkupata ushahidi.
Also, River Road hawawezi remote unlock.
The only thing applaud Apple for is the damn good security of it's iOS devices. If your iPhone id running the latest patch is iCloud locked that phone can only be cannibalized for spare parts.

Ask yourself why you rarely hear of LE asking Google for help to unlock an Android device.
 

Koho

Village Elder
#19
Kuna ku-unlock by any means ndio simu iuzwe na kuna ku-unlock ilinkupata ushahidi.
Also, River Road hawawezi remote unlock.
The only thing applaud Apple for is the damn good security of it's iOS devices. If your iPhone id running the latest patch is iCloud locked that phone can only be cannibalized for spare parts.

Ask yourself why you rarely hear of LE asking Google for help to unlock an Android device.
So the guys who steal iphones can only sell as spare parts?
 

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