Apple Posts FAQ Explaining Why It's Opposed to Building a Backdoor Into the iPhone

Apple Posts FAQ Explaining Why It's Opposed to Building a Backdoor Into the iPhone

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Apple has posted an FAQ explaining why the company is opposed to building a backdoor into the iPhone for the FBI.

The document answers questions relating to Tim Cook's open letter to customers.

● Why is Apple objecting to the government’s order?
● Is it technically possible to do what the government has ordered?
● Could Apple build this operating system just once, for this iPhone, and never use it again?
● Has Apple unlocked iPhones for law enforcement in the past?
● The government says your objection appears to be based on concern for your business model and marketing strategy. Is that true?
● Is there any other way you can help the FBI?
● What should happen from here?

Hit the link below to read Apple's answers to these questions...

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Apple Posts FAQ Explaining Why It's Opposed to Building a Backdoor Into the iPhone
clown - February 23, 2016 at 6:57am
Backdoor my foot. You could use ifunbox , and other apps. They blocked it so you could not see the data, they dint care you could see it for 7 years before that. They only blocked after people wrote articles that your messages could be viewed ( they were saved in their own directory and not In cryptography). They dint care then and the press and news found out then they decided to block it. They dint want you to be able to transfer save games , etc . So they blocked it. All marketing reasons, where has it was open for 7 years or something. Plus the blocked find your iphone from sending messages when your device is lost,( if found call (&&&&&&&&,) really shitty thing to do on their part.. They dont want you to jailbreak your phone u just paid 500-1000 . However even though dmca said you can. Why you get two year warrenty is overseas and one year in usa. The us should make all such phone with two year warrentys.
JoshvanHulst - February 23, 2016 at 1:11am
I totally with Apple 100%!
Samsuck - February 22, 2016 at 3:45pm
Am sure the Chinese government is watching this. Apple won't be able to sell iPhone in China if they don't provide a solution.
Timmaay - February 22, 2016 at 6:49pm
Im sure ISIS is probably looking at this too. They probably buying up iPhone 5's as we speak
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ME - February 22, 2016 at 3:06pm
The government is so much more than we think. People are being brainwashed by the government everyday and it's sickening.
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