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Apple says the recent report of an iPhone brute force passcode hack "was in error, and a result of incorrect testing" (Rene Ritchie/iMore)

Rene Ritchie / iMore : Apple says the recent report of an iPhone brute force passcode hack “was in error, and a result of incorrect testing”   —  Update: Apple has provided me with the following statement, which should close the door on speculation surrounding this purported exploit:

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Apple says the recent report of an iPhone brute force passcode hack "was in error, and a result of incorrect testing" (Rene Ritchie/iMore)

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