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If you have an iPhone secured with passcode, that you need to access, consider turning to Gray Key as alternative. Gray Key is a device that can decrypt up to two iPhones at a time.
After the iPhones are connected to the device for two minutes, the decryption process may take up to three days, if six digit passcodes have been implemented. The passcode will eventually be displayed on the iPhone itself.
The GrayKey device is designed so that the data on the iPhone will be downloaded to it.
GrayKey is not cheap. A version which requires an internet connection costs $15,000, and an alternative which can operate offline goes for $30,000.
This device has likely only been made available thus far to law enforcement agencies.