Coming on 22nd of March, Apple is going to meet with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in a Federal court in California regarding whether it needs to offer the office some assistance with breaking into San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook’s iPhone.
Furthermore, Apple discharged an archive on Tuesday, which will use amid one week from now’s listening to, the last planned brief under the watchful eye of it goes to court.
In this archive Apple’s statement is that the lawsuit is “in a difficult context after a terrible tragedy.”
On the other hand, Apple’s lawyers wrote this “But it is in just such highly-charged and emotional cases that the courts must zealously guard civil liberties and the rule of law and reject government overreaching. This Court should therefore deny the government’s request and vacate the order,”
Obviously, Apple keeps on arguing that convincing it to make code to offer the FBI some assistance with accessing the information on an iPhone would abuse the First Amendment.