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Cellebrite can’t unlock most iPhones running iOS 17.4 and later

Leaked documents reveal that Cellebrite can’t unlock iPhones running iOS 17.4 and later, at least as of the date of publication (April 2024). The company has confirmed that the documents are genuine. Cellebrite devices, which are widely used by law enforcement agencies, can crack most Android phones, though there are exceptions … more… Full Story

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Mac, iPhone, iPad and Vision Pro feature in latest Apple at Work comedy skit

Apple’s acclaimed Apple at Work comedy ad series continues with the return of ‘The Underdogs’, in a new video entitled OOO (Out of Office). The Underdogs series kicked off during the pandemic summer of 2020, and the company has released a new instalment almost annually ever since, given the popularity of the shorts. more… Full

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Apple says its OpenELM model doesn’t power Apple Intelligence amid YouTube controversy

Earlier this week, an investigation detailed that Apple and other tech giants had used YouTube subtitles to train their AI models. This included over 170,000 videos from the likes of MKBHD, Mr. Beast, and more. Apple then used this dataset to train its open-source OpenELM models, which were released back in April. Apple has now

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