Investigators can obtain your iPhone data without touching it, Apple will not approve Mac apps with hotkey functionality after June, and YouTube expands its merchandise store to all of its partners (not solely musicians).
New Forensics Tool Can Slurp a Phone's Data via the Cloud: Thanks to a new forensics tool, the police can now access your iPhone's data via iCloud's online backup service. However, your iPhone data isn't completely out in the open, as investigators would need to know your Apple ID and password to obtain your data to begin with. But once they learn your credentials? All of your data could be obtained quickly and unencrypted. [Gizmodo]