We’re excited to be launching Reincubate Lookup today. It addresses a question that we’ve run into many times over the years: given a serial number or IMEI from an Apple device, can we effectively identify it, and what it's capable of?
We’re going to be shuttering awdit in the coming weeks. Parts of it will live on internally in our other products, and we’ve been doing some planning for a follow-up awdit product which I hope will see the light of day. If you’ve been a user or a fan of awdit, thank you.
Reincubate's flagship product, iPhone Backup Extractor — built using Reincubateʼs ricloud API — was used in the making of several series of Hunted and Celebrity Hunted, a popular TV series featuring detective and investigation stories based on real stories.
iPhone Backup Extractor and Reincubate's iCloud API are fully compatible with the changes in iOS 12. As of today — following Apple's recent changes — Reincubate is the *only company able to access iCloud backups created from all versions of iOS.
Today's release of iPhone Backup Extractor introduces a new dimension of data that we're able to help users access. As with almost all of the changes we make, this is rolled in for all users, at no extra cost.