Apple’s comments came after U.S. Attorney General William Barr called the fatal shooting of three Americans by a Saudi Air Force officer at a Florida naval base „an act of terrorism“ and called on the technology company to help the Federal Bureau of Investigation unlock two iPhones involved in the case.
In its statement, Apple said it responded to all queries from law enforcement officials and turned over all information that it had access to. The company said it received the first inquiry on Jan. 6 but was not notified of a second iPhone until Jan. 8. It also said its engineering teams „recently had a call to provide additional technical assistance“ to the FBI.
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