apple persistent state encryption?

iMac password stopped working, Apple Persistent State Encryption shows a recent modified date

Since the 3GS came out, Apple has consistently built 256-bit AES encryption into iOS devices. There’s a unique identifier (UID) built into each phone’s hardware, which automatically encrypts data stored on your phone — including messages, pictures, and call history — by default.

Apple And The State Of Encryption

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