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Apple asked the court to defer consideration of the case about the hacking of the iPhone drug dealer

If the U.S. government can crack iPhone terrorist from San Bernardino, it can eliminate the need for the participation of the company in another similar matter about breaking your smartphone a convicted drug dealer, which was considered in the court of new York, reports RNS with reference to the statement by Apple.

Law enforcement agencies wanted to gain access to the smartphone iPhone 5s in October 2015, before within the high profile case about the shooting in California, judge ordered Apple to provide access to the device one of the shooters in San Bernardino. The company is disputing this decision.

Although the defendant in the case in new York, Zhang Feng has pleaded guilty, the justice Ministry still believes that the smartphone could be evidence of interest.

Earlier it was reported that the Israeli company Cellebrite, a provider of software for forensic examination, helps the FBI to unlock iPhone one of the shooters in San Bernardino. In this regard, the U.S. government asked a Federal judge to cancel a hearing on the requirement for Apple to help the FBI to unlock iPhone used by terrorists.

“If this method can be used to unlock iPhone, the need for the participation of Apple in this case disappears,” writes Apple.

As a result of firing opened by Farouk and his wife Tashfeen Malik on 2 December in the conference hall of the city of San Bernardino, killing 14 people. Another 21 people were injured. The attackers were eliminated during a shootout with law enforcement officers. The FBI has classified the incident as a terrorist attack.

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