Apple has always prided itself for being the key leaders for innovations and technological developments. In line with that, it has been speculated that Apple's future and success lies on its iPhone SE and not on its forthcoming iPhone 7.
The FBI has not yet decided if it will share its secrets in hacking the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone with Apple. It also revealed that it was only able to hack the iPhone 5c and not any other gadget.
Apple has been known for its considerable iOS operating system. However looking at the iPhone, users are unlikely to use all the given apps pre-installed on a device. Which Apple may soon add a new key to iTunes metadata that will allow users to hide those pesky apps that has been on display for so long and been less used.
Former Apple CEO Steve Jobs may have passed on but his legacy remains. However, it stands out that Steve Jobs did not experience all the good things in his career because the man that made Apple great and unparalleled has also been noted to receive a pink slip.
Apple celebrated its first 40 years in the making that shaped the company on Friday in Cupertino California. Today, the company sees itself in a different position from when Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak first started out back in 1976 in a Silicon Valley garage.
While Apple has won against its battle with the FBI, the privacy war still continous. The war between the private company and the government agency ended when the FBI declared that thay accessed the iPhone used by one suspect on the San Bernardino shootout.