VIDEO: Expert claims iPhone 6 can be hacked with Play Doh
There's a huge furore about the FBI wanting Apple to hack into the iPhone of a terror suspect in the US.
The debate has raged on whether the tech company should be compelled to crack the phone of the terrorists behind the fatal San Bernardino shootings.
But it turns out getting into the iPhone 6, which has fingerprint recognition technology, could actually be child's play. Literally.
This Tech Radar video claims to show the phone being hacked using a fingerprint impression on a lump of the children's putty.
The president of tech company Vkansee claims that everyday moulding materials like Play Doh could be used to bypass the phone's fingerprint security.
The simple hack, which takes just seconds to do, appear to mean fingerprint imprints can be made in the soft putty and then used to get into the locked phone.
We'll definitely be trying this...