iPhone Forensics Help Police Catch Criminals
Written by Pat's Papers | Wednesday, 7 July 2010 8:06 AM
If you’re thinking about committing a crime, you may want to dispose of your iPhone first. The Detroit Free-Press says, more than other smartphones, the iPhone stores a “wealth of information” that police can use to find out specific things about your whereabouts, motives, even your personality. iPhones provide many of their clues through screenshots, which the phone automatically takes when you close out of certain applications.
A new book called “iPhone Forensics” has helped pioneer the field and is being used by police forces across the country. Below, the author shows one technique for recovering information:
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