Locations, messages, contacts, web surfing habits, notes, pictures and more are available on iOS devices storage media, many with time stamped data. With this forensic evidence available, and more business being conducted on iOS devices, forensic examiners need to be able to successfully and accurately pull this evidence when requested by authorized authority. By utilizing proven, existing forensic techniques along with specialty tools mentioned in this paper, examiners can collect and present evidence from an iOS device. This evidence can then produce a clear report of the activities performed on the device. References: Proffitt, T., & Khiabani, H. (2012, November 5). Retrieved from - room/whitepapers/forensics/forensic-analysis-ios-devices-34092
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