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Researchers bypass Apple's iOS Activation Lock on iPhone and iPad

AppleInsider Friday, 2 December 2016
Researchers in a pair of reports that surfaced this week claim to have successfully bypassed Apple's Activation Lock security feature using a heretofore unknown bug, potentially leaving iPad and iPhone devices open to attack.
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