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Apple Insider examines the recent announcement by DriveSavers regarding data recovery from catastrophically damaged Apple M1 and T2 boards. The publication notes that no other data recovery company has claimed the same capabilities.
Author: Mike Peterson , Editor for Apple Insider
The company said it first published news of its capabilities in early August. Since no other company has come forth to claim that they can also recover data from damaged Apple Silicon, DriveSavers believes it is the “first and only” company with the capability.