Apple is offering the FBI 'no substantive assistance' in unlocking two iPhones related to a shooting case, says Attorney General Barr (AAPL)
Monday, 13 January 2020 () · Attorney General William Barr told reporters Monday that Apple has given the FBI "no substantive assistance" in its investigation into a deadly shooting last month at a Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Florida.
· The FBI has asked for Apple's help unlocking two iPhones used by the shooter, a request Apple has refused.
The fatal shooting of three Americans by a Saudi Air Force officer at a Florida naval base last month was "an act of terrorism," U.S. Attorney General William Barr said on Monday, and he called on Apple to help authorities gain access to the gunman's two iPhones.
Apple and the U.S. Justice Department are at it again. This time it's over cracking a brace of iPhones owned by the Saudi Air Force cadet who killed three... TechNewsWorld Also reported by •engadget •WorldNews