iPhone Health app show rapist's activity during murder

As you know, our mobile phones track a lot of the things that we do, such as our location, the things we browse on the internet, and even certain health-related metrics, such as the calories we’ve burnt, how many steps we’ve taken, and so on. In fact those are the kind of data that is being used as evidence in a rape and murder investigation over in Germany.According to the report from Motherboard, a man allegedly raped a murdered a woman back in 2017, and so far investigators have been somewhat stumped due to a missing chunk of geodata and surveillance video analysis of his whereabouts at the time the crime was committed. However what the authorities have since done is hire a Munich company who apparently was successful in unlocking his iPhone (which he previously refused to give police access to).The report reads, “The app recorded a portion of his activity as ‘climbing stairs,’ which authorities were able to correlate with the time he would have dragged his victim down the river embankment, and then climb

iPhone Health app show rapist's activity during murder

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Mon 15 Jan 18 from Daily Mail

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iPhone Health Data Used As Evidence In Murder Investigation

As you know, our mobile phones track a lot of the things that we do, such as our location, the things we browse on the internet, and even certain health-related metrics, such as the calories ...

Thu 11 Jan 18 from Ubergizmo

Apple Health app data used as evidence in rape investigation

Law enforcement might have difficulty accessing iPhones, but it can obtain a wealth of information when it does get in. German investigators have used data from iOS' built-in Health ...

Thu 11 Jan 18 from Engadget

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