Apple says it immediately contacted FBI about unlocking Texas shooter’s iPhone
Thursday, 9 November 2017 () Apple is refuting the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s account of the aftermath of the Texas gunman’s attack this past Sunday, saying it reached out to the bureau “immediately” to offer assistance in getting into the gunman’s iPhone and expedite its response to any legal process. The attack, which left 26 dead and many more injured, was committed by now-deceased Devin P. Kelley, who is confirmed to have been carrying an iPhone that may have crucial information about his activities in the lead up to the shooting.
The FBI originally cast blame on Apple yesterday without mentioning the company by name, with FBI special agent Christopher Combs blaming industry standard encryption from preventing law enforcement from accessing the contents...
After the FBI said earlier this week that it was unable to access Texas shooter Devin Patrick Kelley’s iPhone, Apple is striking back. During a press conference on Tuesday, FBI special agent Christopher Combs expressed dismay over the agency’s inability to unlock Kelley’s phone. Kelly engaged...
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