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The fact of the matter is that both developers and consumers chose Apple's business model and the walled garden approach. It is Apple hardware, Apple software and Apple services through and through and it's been that way since day one of the App St…
This is really no different than encrypting your own hard drive on your PC/Mac. Why should anyone ever have a back door to that?
The article you posted to and the video don't show a feature that prevents a reactivation. It just demonstrates a simple lock or wipe. Is there another feature of the Android Device Manager they didn't demo/discuss that prevents subsequent activat…
This is going to unleash an enormous new wave of apps. The possibilities here are endless.
The concern, it seems, is that anyone other than the owner would have the keys to 'Decrypt' an encrypted iPhone. If I encrypted my phone I really don't think I would mean to "protect it from everyone except Apple". Why does Apple have a back door?…