iPhone tantalizes, frustrates forensics experts

Thursday, 23 August 2007, 12:23 PM EST

Technophiles may love the iPhone, but you criminals? Watch out. The iPhone may reveal more about your misdeeds than you realize.

Derrick Donnelly, chief technology officer of Blackbag Technologies, a company specializing in Apple forensic solutions, is tempted by the rich array of potential evidence an iPhone might contain. Will its data favor the defense or the prosecution? "There is more information in there than your average cell phone," explains Donnelly. "The ease of use lends itself to more use and more use creates more artifacts."

At Wired.

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