A judge has ordered Apple to comply with an FBI demand to help unlock a phone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters, but the company has vowed to fight the decision, with Tim Cook calling the order "an unprecedented step which threatens the security of our customers." The battle could determine the future of encryption. Stay up to date here as news develops.
An Australian firm helped hack into the device, starting with a Lightning port exploit
The vendor and the price paid will remain secret
Sounds like a good deal for the FBI!
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Apple won its encryption fight. Now what?
Last night, the FBI backed down. What happens next?