Apple engineers are busy developing safety measures that would prevent government officials to break iPhones blocked. second stories, security update make customer information even safer to be accessed by government.
This step by the company comes after a federal court fight in California in the Obama administration won their struggle for access to data stored on an iPhone used by one of the terrorists of San Bernardino attacks in November. In this case, the Justice Department is asking Apple to break your own code.
FBI Director James Comey said that they defend the government's request for the Apple iPhone open to them. He added that they are only looking for help in this case.
But, CEO of Apple, Tim Cook, in a letter to its members, He wrote that their devices have been created so that even Apple employees can not access the contents of users' iPhones.
“The US government asked us for something we just do not have, and something we consider very dangerous to create”, Cook said in a letter to users.
Meanwhile, experts say the only way to get output in this scenario is that the Congress is involved. “We are in an arms race, unless and until Congress decides to clarify who has the obligations in situations like this,”.