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Apple Seems to Be Losing PR Battle Over Unlocking iPhone
recode.net

Apple appears to be losing the public perception battle in its dispute with the Department of Justice, with the majority of those surveyed by Pew Research saying the company should unlock the iPhone used by one of the shooters in the San Bernardino …

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10 things the Samsung Galaxy S7 can do that the iPhone can't do
www.techinsider.io

Samsung officially announced the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge phones on Sunday at the MWC event in Barcelona. We had some hands-on time with the Galaxy S7 phones at a press event in New York City before the show, and we were impressed with its …

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Apple attorney: FBI order could 'destroy the iPhone as it exists'
www.latimes.com

The attorney representing Apple in its battle with the FBI over helping with the San Bernardino terrorism investigation said the demand could "destroy the iPhone as it exists." Ted Olson told ABC's "This Week" that Apple has cooperated with federal …

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Apple versus the FBI: Why the lowest-priced iPhone has the US in a tizzy (FAQ)
www.cnet.com

The FBI and the Department of Justice say it's about making sure Americans aren't in jeopardy, about fighting terrorists who are using increasingly sophisticated communication tools, and about a reasonable request to gain evidence from a single iPhone.

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Apple says iPhone ID change prevented data access
www.usatoday.com

SAN MATEO, Calif. — The ID passcode to the iPhone the FBI wants Apple to hack for information about one of the San Bernardino, Calif., terrorists was changed less than a day after the government gained possession of it, Apple executives said in a …

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Will an iPad Air 3 Help Apple, Inc.'s Tablet Sales Rebound?
www.fool.com

Next month, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) is expected to launch a new iPad. The rumored tablet will be an iPad Air 3, according to 9to5Mac's reliable Mark Gurman. If Gurman is right, the iPad could include significant changes, taking some cues from the company's …

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Can A 1789 Law Apply To An iPhone?
www.npr.org

The iPhone in question was used by Syed Rizwan Farook, who along with his wife was allegedly motivated by violent Islamist ideology to kill 14 of his co-workers. Farook's employer owned the phone, but Farook created the password. The iPhone is designed …

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Upgrade Your iPhone Passcode to Defeat the FBI's Backdoor Strategy
theintercept.com

YESTERDAY, APPLE CEO TIM COOK published an open letter opposing a court order to build the FBI a “backdoor” for the iPhone. Cook wrote that the backdoor, which removes limitations on how often an attacker can incorrectly guess an iPhone passcode, …

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Apple Fights Order to Unlock San Bernardino Gunman's iPhone
www.nytimes.com

But behind the scenes, relations were tense, as lawyers for the Obama administration and Apple held closely guarded discussions for over two months about one particularly urgent case: The F.B.I. wanted Apple to help “unlock” an iPhone used by one of …

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The FBI and the IPhone: How Apple's Security Features Have Locked …
abcnews.go.com

The Apple iPhone — the one I am typing this on and the one on which you are likely reading this — has software with a fairly simple and elegant security measure which can be enabled by the user. It is called the auto-erase function. Make 10 failed …

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