Apple is using a new higher encryption technology for protection the personal data of its users and the National Security Agency and the nation’s law enforcement agencies have concern that the smart phone is the first of a post-Snowden generation of gadget that will interrupt their investigative capabilities.
The latest IPhone6 encrypts emails, photos and contacts based on a difficult numerical algorithm that uses a code generated by, and distinctive to, the phone’s user and that Apple says it will not get from anyone.
The consequence, the corporation is basically saying, is that if a court order demanding that the materials of an iPhone 6 be given to intelligence agencies or law enforcement, it will turn over garbage, along with a note saying that it is impossible to crack the phone’s emails, contacts and photos so get the code from the phone’s owner.
Criminals will figure this out, and maybe the terrorist will use this phone to protect their data, in this case it is very difficult to get any information from this phone.
On the other side, the company said that Apple has never worked with any government organization from any state to make a ‘back door’ in any of our inventions or services and that is why we have also never permitted any government access to our servers and in the future we will never desire to do that because we are different from our opponents; Apple cannot spread your pass code and therefore cannot entrance this data So it’s not theoretically possible for us to react to government warrants for the taking out of this data from devices in their possession running iOS 8.”
No doubt this is not the final news we will hear on this dispute because recently, Google announced that the company is preparing to allow an encryption system by default in the next version of Android.