An iPhone backup is created using free utility available for MAC and Windows platforms. It uses proprietor protocol to copy data from an IOS device to a computer. Using a cable or Wi-Fi iPhone can be synced with a computer. There is an option to create an encrypted backup, but by default, it creates an unencrypted backup. Addition access to the data stored in IOS can be accessed when the encrypted backup is cracked.
The encrypted backup file can be cracked using this tool if back up a password is not available. It allows launching Brute-force attack on encrypted backup. Time taken to crack a password depends on the complexity of the password.
The article is very good but it does not mention for how many hours the pulse Ox is mesured during the night. Currently Garmin measures it for only 4 hours. Is it longer on the Venu2? I use Vivosmart 4.
In more recent models, starting with the iPhone XR, Apple displays warnings in the Settings app if the battery, display, or camera are replaced by a third party. Additionally, some features are disabled when a part labelled "non-genuine" is detected, like True Tone, or the battery health measurement. iFixit notes that a proprietary, cloud-linked System Configuration tool is required to "complete" a part repair, meaning that even replacing a genuine part with another genuine part will fail Apple's "genuine parts" check unless said tool is used.
Apple introduced App Tracking Transparency (ATT) with iOS 14.5 in April 2021. ATT requires apps to ask for explicit permission before being allowed to track the user across other apps and websites. If the user refuses, the app cannot access Apple's Identifier for Advertisers (IDFA), an identifier used to serve personalized ads. ATT does not prevent personalized ads that are based on the user's behavior within the app itself, The feature has been criticised by some as anti-competitive, including Facebook, whose shares fell by 26% after its rollout. Apple exempts their own apps from their anti-tracking measures, which has led to anti-trust investigations by the French and German governments.
In 2015 and 2016, a dispute unfolded between Apple and the FBI. The FBI had recovered the iPhone 5C of one of the San Bernardino attackers, and iCloud backups of that phone from a month and a half before the shooting. The U.S. government attempted to obtain a court order under the All Writs Act compelling Apple to produce a modified version of iOS that would allow investigators to brute force the device passcode. Tim Cook responded on the company's website, outlining a need for encryption, arguing that a backdoor would compromise the privacy of all iPhone users. The DOJ withdrew its request after the FBI bought an exploit to bypass the iPhone's passcode. As a countermeasure, Apple implemented USB Restricted Mode, which was subsequently exploited too.
That calls into question a large study, conducted and funded by Lumosity and published earlier this year, that showed participants who played a cognitive training program performed better on measures of processing, memory, and reasoning than participants who had simply completed crossword puzzles.
All of this led us to revise our criteria and recommendations. For the original version of this guide, we insisted that all of our selections be capable of measuring one specific form of air pollution: particulate matter of 2.5 microns or smaller, better known simply as PM2.5. And we favored those that also measured volatile organic compounds, better known as VOCs (in practice, gases and odors). PM2.5 is of special concern because such particles can deeply penetrate the lungs and are known to cause health problems. VOCs include a huge range of compounds, the most well known of which is probably formaldehyde. A precursor chemical used in many glues, foams, plastics, and building materials found in homes, formaldehyde is a known carcinogen.
The Aranet 4 uses a genuine NDIR sensor. Inside the device, infrared light is directed through air-sampling tube. Because CO2 molecules absorb a specific infrared wavelength, a detector at the far end of the tube simply measures how much of it gets eliminated from the light sample, thus giving an accurate measure of how much CO2 is in the air. NDIR sensors are durable, too, with an expected lifespan of seven years, helping offset their relatively high cost. And the Aranet 4 also measures temperature and relative humidity, adding a bit more utility.
If you really want an indoor air quality monitor, we cautiously recommend the Temtop M10 Air Quality Monitor for now and will soon test a a similar model, the P10 Air Quality Monitor, the latest version of which claims to have a superior PM2.5 sensor and improved software. The M10 measures PM2.5, VOC, and formaldehyde (HCHO) to calculate an air quality index (AQI). Its bright display is readable from across a room, and its tiny size and simple form allow it to fit nicely on a desk or bedside table. We like its simple, intuitive interface, too: A single button turns the device on, and additional presses cycle you through the readings. Lacking Wi-Fi connectivity, the M10 has no associated app, let alone smart functionality. But for many people, that works just fine.
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