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Source: BBC Technology News

Date: March 31, 2016



1) Apple was clear when it rejected the court order to crack into the iPhone held by the FBI that doing so would expose all iPhone users to the possibility of having an unprotected iPhone.  With the iPhone now cracked open, what does Apple need to do next?

2) Do you believe that Apple was incapable of cracking the iPhone, or merely unwilling?  Does it matter?

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