Want to see what your friend (or lover or enemy or boss or anyone else) has stored in his or her iPhone? For only $3,900 US, you can find out. Oh yes, you will have to take possession of the iPhone for at least a few minutes, maybe for a few hours.
The company selling the device, called DriveSavers, is also using strict identification protocols, in some cases requesting documents that include death certificates, probate documents, court documents, and more. According to the DriveSavers web site, “This service is only available to the actual owner of the data on the locked smartphone, or to an owner’s next of kin in the event that the owner has passed away.”
DriveSavers says that most people use the service to access the data from the device of a deceased loved one. That may be true for MOST people but what about the others?
What’s in your cell phone?
Check you checkbook first, then go to https://tinyurl.com/y7vp4x5j to purchase one for your own use.