iPhone 5C

Apple Replacing Some 16GB iPhone 5c Models with 32GB Models

According to a new report from MacRumors, Apple has started to offer some customers who are in need of an iPhone 5c replacement a 32GB model, even if they had a 16GB model. The report notes that Apple notified Apple Authorized Service Providers with the new directive this morning. The company sent out the following...

Koodo Refurb 8GB iPhone 5c: $200 Outright After Referral Credit [u]

Koodo right now has refurbished 8GB iPhone 5c models available for $0 on a Tab ($5/month charge; works out to $120) starting on a minimum required $25/month plan, or $200 outright, available in blue or white, online only. If you apply Koodo’s referral bill credit promo which offers $50 (instead of $25; until August 15th), that...

FBI Apparently Paid Under $1 Million for iPhone Hack: Reuters

Apparently FBI director James Comey isn't aware of the bill the government paid for the hack that cracked open the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone 5c. Last week Comey said the agency paid more than he will make in the remaining seven years and four months he has in his job, which, converted into US dollars, would...

FBI Likely Won’t Disclose Flaw Used to Crack Shooter’s iPhone 5c

After the Washington Post discovered that it wasn't Cellebrite but a group of "grey hat" hackers who helped the FBI crack the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone 5c, other issues surfaced: It looks as though Apple will not be informed about the zero-day vulnerability discovered by these hackers and used to bypass iOS security. According to Reuters,...

FBI Director: Tool Used to Hack iPhone 5c Came From a Party

Ever since the news broke that the FBI has managed to crack the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone 5c's encryption, questions have arisen about whether the tool used is able to crack the security of other iPhones as well. Speaking with CNN, FBI director James Comey dismissed such claims. You may already be aware of the legal...

FBI to Apple: iPhone Hack No Longer Needed, Hearing Cancelled

The FBI says it may have found another way into the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone 5c—without the need for Apple’s help, according to a filing this afternoon (via Engadget): On Sunday, March 20, 2016, an outside party demonstrated to the FBI a possiblemethod for unlocking Farook's iPhone. Testing is required to determine whether it is...