FBI refused to ask Apple to unlock Texas shooter's iPhone

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FBI refused to ask Apple to unlock Texas shooter's iPhone

Critical time could have been lost.

For nearly two days after the deadly shooting at a Texas church, the FBI struggled to unlock the attacker's iPhone and refused to ask Apple for help. Instead, the FBI sent the phone to a crime lab. During a recent press conference, FBI agent Christopher Combs complained about not having access ...

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