Protestor groups made responses saying that they are not going against Apple, but rather taking its side against the US government. As Apple stores could find itself flooded with protestors next week.
"We're not protesting Apple, they are fighting back against this too. We're protesting the government's dangerous attempt to undermine our security by demanding a backdoor."
Apple was requested by the F.B.I to hack into its iPhones in order to infiltrate information linked to the San Bernardino killers.
The request was denied by the company stating that in one hand altering the security is highly risky that would lead to an invasion of privacy.
On Tuesday February 23rd, a nationwide assembly of protestors will take place at Apple store carrying two simple messages to deliver, "Don't Break Our Phones! Secure Phones Save Lives," adding that "Our basic safety and security is at stake,"
All event will take place in different cities around the U.S, where organizers told that anyone can enlist by setting up their own venue, or just by simply showing up to the closest Apple store.
They also say that protestors will be given tools that will be used to turn their devices into a sign which they will use at the event.
CEO of Apple Inc, Tim Cook showed concerns by writing a letter to the public stating, "The United States government has demanded that Apple take an unprecedented step which threatens the security of our customers," also adding that, "We oppose this order, which has implications far beyond the legal case at hand,"
The iPhone that the FBI ordered Apple to break into belonged to one Syed Rizwan Farook, along with his wife, killed 14 people in California last year.
Apple has helped the agency by creating available data which are already in their possession, they also offered help to the investigation by acquiring them with Apple engineers to advise them on the proceeding, Cook continued, "But now the U.S. government has asked us for something we simply do not have, and something we consider too dangerous to create, they have asked us to build a backdoor to the iPhone."