As of today, iThings are even harder for police to probe

iOS 10.3 lands, complete with heavily encrypted Apple File System.

By Simon Sharwood

Apple today released iOS 10.3, watchOS 3.2 and tvOS 10.2 (14W265), the first two of all of which bring some pleasing extra functionality to iThings, But the main attraction in the new release is Apple File System, because it adds comprehensive encryption to the iPhone and Apple Watch.

Apple’s been very shy about the Apple file system (APFS), which it revealed with little fanfare at last year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) and doesn’t even mention it in the list of features in iOS 10.3.

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