By that logic, Apple should fire its own legal counsel. Perhaps Apple should keep Beat's legal counsel instead as it is getting sued far less. Further, last I checked Beats has not been found guilt of patent infringement.
I am confused. Apple never denied the alledged back doors. It denied working with governing agencies to provide unauthorized access. That combined with other statements and various reports seems like a clear message that Apple isn't intentionally selling its users out.Moreover, Apple's explanations for the access seems satisfactory to me.
Agreed, he would be a good PR person for Apple. He certainly is qualified. Nonetheless, to appease the brainwashed politics is a sporting event crowd who far outnumbers the common sense crowd it probably is best Apple not put a controversial figure in such a position.
Being a Press Secretary in such contentious times is a tough gig, and Carney I suspect did no worst then others would have. He essentially is asked to provide to the press information that the White House wants him to provide even when he himself is without all the information. Nonetheless, I highly doubt Apple would select such a high profile controversial public official with baggage to fill such a public position for it.
Moreover, what makes the story bogus to me...