You might remember the name Cellebrite from the old days when you would purchase a new feature phone and have the contacts and other data moved from your old handset to the new one. Many carriers would use a Cellebrite machine to handle those duties. At the same time, these machines would often give us information about an upcoming new model before it was released.
And two years ago, the company ended up involved in the brouhaha over Apple’s defiance of a court order demanding that it unlock the Apple iPhone 5c belonging to deceased “Sacramento shooter” Syed Farook. Apple refused to hand …