hdd00 wrote:It could be AFPS file system which is encrypted by default. You need a software that understands AFPS and can work with it.
Jared wrote:There are several Windows options for APFS support but all are very new and limited in function.
R-Studio - Only one that supports encrypted APFS so far but it's limited
Recovery Explorer - Also supports APFS
Mac Drive - Allows mounting APFS to Windows
However the best option is still an actual Mac (unfortunately)
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nissimezra wrote:Whatever you want to do it will ask for 18 digit to decrypt it first
nissimezra wrote:Source of the post Hi all
New iMacs, Macbooks SSD's seems to be encrypted
nissimezra wrote:It's not APFS, Its HFS+. I've tested this on working Macs, All the Macs from mid 2014 and up seems to be encrypted
jol wrote:nissimezra wrote:Whatever you want to do it will ask for 18 digit to decrypt it first
18 digits ?
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