It’s the question that is seemingly on the minds of everyone, following the news that the organisation successfully accessed previously-encrypted data found on Syed Farook’s iPhone.
In a perhaps not that surprising turn of events for the Apple vs. FBI case, The New York Times has published a new report in which it claims that some of the company’s top engineers have already begun to indicate that they would rather leave, than carry out the court-instructed order to purposely strip iOS of its security.
Towards the beginning of the year, you may recall a report published by Fortune which claimed Apple’s next iPhone will arrive without a headphone port.
The planned omission is thought to be just part of Apple’s upcoming attempt to migrate users over to using bluetooth headphones, a theory which has also sparked rumours that the company could be working on its own set of wireless earbuds for eventual use with the new device.
Following the U.S. Department of Justice filing its own motion in the Apple vs. FBI case – earlier this month, Apple has itself filed a motion this week in which it will attempt to persuade the judge to “vacate” the original court’s order.
Apple issued a new build of OS X 10.10.3 to both its registered developers, and those currently signed up to its Public OS X Beta Program – late Monday.