In a complete turn-about, the FBI is now saying that it does not need help from Apple at all in accessing the iPhone of the San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook. ‘NAND mirroring’ has been demonstrated by a third party says an iOS Forensic expert.
Apple is not just grappling with the government over encryption issues. The privacy bosses of the tech giant are also wrestling with what to do with its user data. If these issues are not resolved it could pose challenges to the company’s long-term product strategy.
Apple is known for making a big splash when it launches a new product. However, the latest product launch of the tech giant doesn’t seem to gather much interest from customers nor passion from its organizers.
Even if there’s a lot of excitement going on in Apple, Inc. right now, the Cupertino, CA-based tech giant would like to heat up the moment still by appointing Cookie Monster of Sesame Street as its spokesman.
Apple is showing serious effort in the publishing business, where on Tuesday the company introduced Apple News Format for all publishers which will attract writers and editors alike to the service, and allow advertisers to input their own articles to appear for people to open up and find.
On Thursday, the U.S Justice Department declared Apple a falsely rhetoric over the fight of the government’s request to infiltrate the unlocked iPhone that belonged to one of the shooters of San Bernardino.