Gascón met with Apple in hopes to find answers on how to slow down smartphone thefts in San Francisco. He wants manufacturers to implement technology that could disable devices after they've been reported stolen. The meeting disheartened him.
“It was very underwhelming,” Gascón said about the hourlong talk with Apple’s government liaison, Michael Foulkes. “He did most of the talking. It was incredible. He would just go on and on, one subject to the next. It was hard to follow. It was almost like someone who’s been trained in the art of doing a lot of talking and saying nothing.”
Most notably, Gascón said Foulkes talked about the long laborious process of researching and deploying this technology for devices, adding that that the next two generations of iPhones have already been developed.
“They preceded Tim Cook,” the district attorney was told.
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