The story of this device that can hack iPhone 7 password begins with an incident. After the December 2015 San Bernardino terrorist attack the FBI wanted apple to hack an iPhone for them. Guess what? Apple refused.
Following the turn down the FBI hired a group of undisclosed hackers. These hackers have reportedly been paid $ 1 million by the FBI for hacking the data in a confiscated iPhone that was being used by one of the terrorists.
Recently there was a video published by EverythingApplPpro. The video showed a device that can be used to hack an iPhone 7 password with minuscule of efforts. This small box available online for $500 can easily hack iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus with utmost ease. This has been possible due to a loophole in iOS 10 and iOS 11 beta.
The bug allows the device to use brute force password hacking mechanism and steal the password during the flashing process of iOS. The device can hack up to 3 different iPhones at the same time with just the minimum requirement like the USB, micro USB and the Lightening ports.
Thus the people who have blind faith in iOS just you need to open your eyes. iPhone is not God and not hackable. It just has not fallen in the hands of the right set of hackers.
Having said that Apple is obviously not someone who would sit quiet. We are pretty sure that Apple has already started working on a patch that will release soon. They must also be looking into the improvements to iOS 11 before it hits the devices.
Not only because of the promise Apple brings to users , but also because in no time there will be far more cheaper devices available in the market that can do the same.
Here is the link if you want to watch the video released by the EverythingApplePro.