By John Ahearne, Forensic Analyst When data is is needed for use as evidence, it…
Currently, we cannot validate the recoverability of the iPhone 5c in question. However, we have been exploring different options in our R&D lab and working on possible solutions.
We feel very positive about one method in particular, which involves a series of tools available in the marketplace that we have customized. These particular tools are hard to find and don’t come with any instructions; however, we have been using them for some time.
The first tool allows us to remove and read chips from the iPhone 5c.
The second tool, which we are customizing, will allow us to alter the password count and continue to reset it to zero, which should provide us with unlimited attempts at trying to bypass the password.
As you can imagine, this could be a very tedious and long process, but hopefully gives us the ability to continue unlock attempts without destroying the data.