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Apple can’t restore iPhone found at sea, but might know someone who can

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The families of two teenagers still lost at sea received bad news from Apple, which told the families it could not recover any data from the iPhone that belonged to one of the boys, reports Sun Sentinel.

14-year-old teenagers Austin Stephanos and Perry Cohen have been missing since last July after not returning from a boating trip they took off the Jupiter Inlet, which is located off the coast of Palm Beach, Florida.

As I said before, I owe it to Perry to exhaust every possible avenue in pursuit of finding out what happened to him, said Pamela.

The iPhone has been a point of contention for the Stephanos and Cohens, who can t agree on what to do with the handset.

When the iPhone was first discovered, the Cohen family filed a lawsuit against both the Stephanos and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission in an effort to have the phone examined.

On one hand, the Cohens want to move forward in any possible way in an attempt to get information off of the iPhone.

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