posted on Feb, 14 2013 @ 03:05 PM
There's no narrative in the video that explains what I'm supposed to find out.
Whatever it is. Looks like you need physical access to the iPhone to do this.
You can unlock the apple devices on computer by plugging the USB in a certain way. The ways how are on YouTube. I've had to do this when my kids
forgot their pass codes. You plug in while holding home button or something like that. However this does a restore and would be hard to hide you
messed with their phone. Its just handy for certain instances where you need to unlock.
Still though I suppose op method is handy for spying on your cheating spouse. If you can get their iPhone. Its fairly easy to hack a mans password or
passcodes because they use such simple codes. Often using the last 4 digits of their telephone number. Or a favourite sports players jersey number in
a repeated sequence, birth dates, years etc . They aren't that inventive, and have poor memory sorry to say.
I would have to watch this video again to test if I can do this on my iPhone.
There's lots of ways to spy on iPhone if you can get physical access to it that is. You could turn their photo stream on and see what pics they took
with it. If you can get at the computer they used to sync, the photos are dumped in photos folders to view. Even if they deleted them. They can only
be deleted by going to iCloud.com. Depends on if photo stream was ever turned on and if they know they can go to iCloud. Com and get rid of them. Or
if they know they're being dumped on computer as well. They're stored for 50 days. Always replicating if photo stream is turned on. Turning it off
on the devices only deletes off the device not iCloud.
Or click on the Places album and see what locations they snapped pics. See where they went at same time. Everything is being stored, particularly if
they've enabled iCloud.
You could view deleted texts by texting any contact not showing up in texts, once you text once, all the previous ones load. Even if they were
deleted. At least that happens on mine. Or use the search function which will show key words in texts, phone calls, emails etc.