About a half-hour into its sales pitch, the company announced the long-rumored iPhone SE, with one notable feature.
The government had insisted until Monday that it had no way to access the phone used by one of the killers in the December massacre in San Bernardino, Calif.
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The government said Apple 'deliberately raised technological barriers' to prevent execution of a warrant.
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The FBI last month convinced a federal judge that the only way to get into the phone was to make Apple write code to undermine its own security protocols. Apple is refusing to comply.
The remarks were a slight change to James Comey's statement last week that ordering Apple to unlock the phone was 'unlikely to be a trailblazer.'
The judge ruled that he did not have the legal authority to order Apple to disable the security of an iPhone that was seized during a drug investigation.
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In a copy of the brief provided by the company, Apple argued that the government's request is 'unprecedented' and violates the company's First Amendment rights.
While other tech companies are assisting with the fight against terrorism, Apple has put protecting a mass killer's iPhone from a search warrant the center of its brand.
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. The first generation of iPhone came out in 2007. The iPhone can not only be used as a phone, but it has many functions, such as the ability to take photos and videos, play music, email and web browse.
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