This week on AI: FBI demands NYC iPhone unlock, 9.7" iPad Pro review, iPhone 6s security fix & more

in General Discussion edited April 2016
The FBI and DoJ's interest in unlocking and decrypting iPhones continued to be a central theme, but Apple meanwhile fixed a security vulnerability in the iPhone 6s, and saw healthy sales of its latest iPhone model: the 4-inch iPhone SE.

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Everything you need to know:

  • The Justice Department is still pushing Apple to unlock an iPhone in a NYC drug case > >
  • AppleInsider reviewed the 9.7-inch iPad Pro > >
  • Apple fixed an iOS exploit letting people gain access to contacts and photos > >
  • The new iPhone SE saw shipping delays and stock-outs > >
  • The FBI's iPhone unlock technique won't work on anything newer than an iPhone 5c > >
  • Apple will start selling Hermes Apple Watch bands separately > >
  • The first public betas of iOS 9.3.2 and OS X 10.11.5 were released > >

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A roundup of all of our hottest stories this week:

DOJ will continue to push Apple to unlock iPhone 5s at center of Brooklyn drug case

Review: Apple's 9.7" iPad Pro is professional-grade, powerful & pricey

Apple fixes iOS exploit that granted access to iPhone 6s Contacts & Photos

Apple's new 4" iPhone SE continues to see stock-outs, shipping delays

FBI can't unlock anything newer than Apple's iPhone 5c, Comey reveals

Apple Watch Hermes bands to be sold separately, come in 4 new colors on April 19

Apple issues first betas of iOS 9.3.2, OS X 10.11.5, tvOS 9.2.1 & watchOS 2.2.1 to developers

Apple issues first iOS 9.3.2, OS X 10.11.5 betas to public testers

Google mulling deep Android support for Apple's Swift language - report
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