An Adelaide teen who twice hacked into Apple’s mechanism systems has been placed on a good-behaviour bond.
The 17-year-old boy, who can’t be named, hacked a tech giant’s systems initial when he was only 13 and afterwards again when he was 15.
He came to a notice of authorities after a second occurrence when Apple contacted a FBI, that in spin contacted Australian sovereign police.
However, prosecutors told a girl justice on Monday a association suffered no detriment or repairs as a outcome of a hacks.
The justice also listened a child had been encouraged by his enterprise to secure a pursuit with Apple.
He pleaded guilty to several depends of unapproved alteration of information and was placed on a nine-month good-behaviour bond.
No self-assurance was recorded.