President Trump slams Apple for refusing to unlock criminals’ iPhones
Wednesday, 15 January 2020 President Donald Trump has slammed Apple over what he said is the company’s refusal to unlock the iPhones of “violent criminal elements” in order to help law enforcement officials in cases such as the December shooting at a naval base in Florida. In a tweet late Tuesday, Trump said Apple needs to do more to assist police and other law enforcement officers as a part of a broader issue of helping out the entire country. Trump also cited his administration’s efforts to assist Apple on business matters. “We are helping Apple all of the...
President Trump called out Apple for refusing to unlock two iPhones that belonged to a visiting Saudi gunman who killed three sailors during a rampage at Florida's Pensacola Naval Air Station last month.
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