9to5Mac recently covered the latest data recovery breakthrough from DriveSavers—using X-ray technology. Here’s an excerpt from the article:
TechRadar: Damaged your fancy new Mac? Things might not be as hopeless as you think
TechRadar delves into the recent announcement by DriveSavers that the company can recover data from catastrophically damaged M1 and T2 boards. Author Joel Khalili recognizes that this task is “no easy feat,” detailing the obstacles to recovering data from the latest Apple computers.
Author: Joel Khalili, News and Features Editor for TechRadar
However, DriveSavers claims to have found a workaround for these problems, by reverse-engineering Apple’s security protocols in order to understand what conditions need to be met for data to be retrieved.