On iOS, UFED Premium is compatible with devices running iOS 7 to iOS 12.3.
The UFED Premium principle bypasses locking and enables full file system extraction on any iOS device to get more data than through logical extraction and other traditional methods. At present, it can obtain access rights to third-party application data, chat conversations, download emails and their attachments, deleted content, etc., and as a law enforcement tool, can effectively increase the probability of finding guilty evidence.
UFED will be sold as an “on-premise” tool, and the police can purchase equipment and use it as needed.
Apple has been trying to stop the tools of companies like Cellebrite and Grayshift. Last October, due to Apple's technical changes, Grayshift's GrayKey forensics box could no longer unlock iOS 12 devices.
Earlier reports that Grayshift has developed new tools to unlock "at least some versions of iOS 12". The two forensic companies are competing with each other, and Cellebrite's announcement this week may at least win back some customers who use Grayshift.