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Tim Cook: FBI is asking Apple to create 'software equivalent of cancer'
DOJ seeks to delay Apple encryption hearing, says it may be able to unlock iPhone after all [u]
DOJ confirms successful iPhone data extraction, withdraws encryption case against Apple [u]I'm calling BS on that one. They knew they were going to loose this and caved. But - they need to save face. So they concocted this story. In the end the story probably will go like this: "There was nothing to be gleaned from that iPhone. It really was just a work phone." Or: "There was valuable information gained, but in the interest of national security we cannot disclose what." I might believe them if in the future, no matter what the case, they never again ask Apple to get into one for them. Until then: Just because they say they did doesn't mean at all that they really did so.
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Apple releases updated iOS 9.3 to fix Activation Lock bug on older devicesSeems to me you're good updating devices until they're about 1 1/2 or maybe 2 years old. You keep updating them beyond that and the problems start creeping in. If you want the newest capabilities of the OS then after a certain point you just have to upgrade the DEVICE, not the software. Or be happy with what you have and leave it alone.
Mac owners unable to log in to Messages, FaceTime after OS X 10.11.4 El Capitan update