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iOS Forensics Cookbook by Mayank Birani, Bhanu Birani

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Saving data in the SQLite database

When we come across iPhone app design at the enterprise level, it will become very important to save data internally in some storage system. Saving data in the Document directory will not serve the purpose where there is a huge amount of data to save and update. In order to provide such features in iOS devices, we can use the SQLite database to store our data inside the app. In this section of our chapter, our primary focus will be on ways to read and write data in our SQLite database. We will start by saving some data in the database and will then move forward by implementing some search-related queries in the database to enable the user to search the data saved in the database.

Getting ready

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