Continue reading...The American company DriveSavers offers hacking blocked devices, including the iPhone. The cost of the service is estimated at $ 3,900.
With the service, you can recover photos, contacts, voice messages and notes. The company does not provide more detailed information about the hacking process, but promises a “100% chance of success” for each iPhone.
The service may be needed for people who want to access photos of a deceased family member, DriveSavers reported in its press release. To use it, the client will need a document confirming the right to own a smartphone, for example, a will.
The developers claim that they serve only ordinary consumers and in no case work with the US government.
In addition to Apple technology, the company can recover data from...