Software Company Says it Can Recover Deleted Apple Notes Beyond the 30-Day Window

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Software Company Says it Can Recover Deleted Apple Notes Beyond the 30-Day Window

ElcomSoft, based out of Russia, has made headlines in the past, and now it’s back again with another report that some Apple Notes may not be deleted permanently after Apple says they should be.

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