Apple software chief refuses to ‘turn back the clock’ on iPhone security

Saying digital security is an “endless race,” Craig Federighi criticizes the FBI for asking Apple to fall behind by building a backdoor into the iPhone.

CNET March 7, 2016

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Apple software chief refuses to ‘turn back the clock’ on iPhone security

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