Brooklyn Case Is Front Seat In iPhone Encryption FightApple expressed disappointment, saying its lawyers will press the question of whether the FBI has tried any other means to get into the phone in the Brooklyn case.
FBI Debates Whether To Share iPhone Hack With AppleJames Comey discussed the situation during a speech Wednesday evening at Kenyon College in Ohio. He called their ability to get into the iPhone a "technological corner case" and said the flaw the FBI exploited in Apple's software works only on a "narrow slice of phones"
FBI Agrees To Unlock iPhone, iPod in Arkansas Homicide CaseThe FBI agreed Wednesday to help an Arkansas prosecutor unlock an iPhone and iPod belonging to two teenagers accused of killing a couple, just days after the federal agency announced it had gained access to an iPhone linked to the gunman in a mass shooting in California.
FBI Breaks Into San Bernardino Gunman's iPhone Without Apple's HelpThe FBI says it has used a mystery method to break into gunman's iPhone without Apple's help, ending the court case.
FBI Asks For Delay To Test New Method To Access San Bernardino iPhoneFederal authorities have asked to hold off on a much-anticipated court hearing set for Tuesday over the FBI's demand for Apple to help unlock an encrypted iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino attackers.
Apple Releases Small New iPhone, iPad For Business UseApple unveiled a small new iPhone, a new iPad tablet for business use and price cuts for its Apple Watch at a product event Monday. The announcements, which were largely expected, aim to keep up the company's commercial momentum in the face of mounting challenges.
Smartphones Good For Driving Directions, Bad For Assisting With Health Crises It can give you street directions or find the nearest deli, but how helpful is your smartphone's virtual voice in a health crisis? A study says the answer the answer is often "not very."
Fight Over San Bernardino Shooter's Locked iPhone Could Have Big Impact On PrivacyThe clash brings to a head a long-simmering debate between technology companies insistent on protecting digital privacy and law enforcement agencies concerned about losing their ability to recover evidence or eavesdrop on the communications of terrorists or criminals.
Apple's Tim Cook Opposing Judge's Order To Unlock San Bernardino Shooter's iPhoneApple Inc. CEO Tim Cook says his company will fight a federal magistrate's order to help the FBI hack into an encrypted iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino, California shooters.
Do Not Set Your iPhone's Date To Jan. 1, 1970The error applies to all 64-bit iOS devices, including iPhones from the 5S to the current models, as well as certain iPads.
After Setting iPhone Record, Apple Warns Investors Sales Drop Could Be ComingTuesday's forecast implies Apple doesn't expect to match the 61 million iPhones sold in last year's January-March quarter.
Peak iPhone? Apple Product's Maturing Demand Raises Questions Whether Sales Will SlipThe iPhone contributed nearly two-thirds of Apple's $234 billion in revenue last year. None of the other new products Apple has launched in recent years have emerged as blockbusters.