Cellebrite helped open my dead son's iPhone
by Anastasia Anashkina, Octavio Blanco
After Apple refused to help Leonardo Fabbretti unlock his son's iPhone after his death, Cellebrite was able to access the data on the phone and is now trying to unlock it.
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