Indian Schoolboy’s security lock for iPad to be featured at WWDC 2012


A teenage Indian Schoolboy from Agra named Rahul Agrawal would be mentioned at Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2012 for having developed a “security lock” for the third gen iPad. NewsX’s coverage didn’t reveal much information about the program but it seems that it won’t be downloadable app but lines of code that would be integrated within iOS operating system.

Rahul sent Apple his program on 22nd of March which was accepted almost instantly. On 24th of March, Apple sent Rahul an email telling him that his account with Apple has been upgraded to Apple Developer Premium. He also received a Developer Series third-gen iPad, iPod Touch 4th Generation, and a $2200 Apple gift card.

We’ll have to wait till WWDC 2012 to learn more about this security feature which is going to happen from June 11-15 in San Francisco.

[via NewsX]

Tags: Apple, iPad, iPad Security Lock, WWDC 2012

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