Apple Applies Patent to disable Stolen or jailbroken iPhone

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The newest patent registered with the aid of Apple, which you can disable any instrument IOS remotely if detected biometric partitions rather then the proprietor.

The safety device shall be carried out within the iPhone is a mix of person detection in line with facial reputation, voice and sound of heartbeats.



If the system detects that the device is being used without authorization is automatically locked and messages sent to the owner and the exact location of the device based on GPS coordinates

Although the objective of the patent is focused on the detection of stolen devices, the possibility exists that applies to devices with jailbreak.

The patent says it detects any unauthorized use and unauthorized use of the device is to jailbreak / unlock, despite being legal.

Ars Technica:

The patent, titled "Systems and Methods for Identifying Unauthorized Users of an Electronic Device," describes several ways a device could sense who is using an iPhone or iPad. Among the methods considered are voice print analysis, photo analysis, heartbeat analysis (!), hacking a
ttempts, or even "noting particular activities that can indicate suspicious behavior."

The device could automatically snap pictures of the unauthorized user and record the GPS coordinates of the device, as well as log keystrokes, phone calls, or other activity.

Once an unauthorized user is detected, the device can then automatically disable certain features or send notifications to Twitter or other services.

With this, Apple can remotely lock the iPhone to easily jailbreak, leaving the terminal unusable, a mechanism similar to that used by Microsoft to ban the Xbox 360.

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