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iOS 8 implemented new default data encryption in response to the NSA’s widespread monitoring programs and said in 2014 that as of the release the company could no longer circumvent the lock.
Apple did, however, admit, that it can unlock the remaining ten percent that are still using “old” systems but urged the judge to avoid forcing Apple to comply with the Justice Department’s request.
The next hearing is set for Thursday this week, but it’s likely this isn’t going to be the end of this saga, as authorities desperately tussle over forcing companies to add a ‘golden key’ for government access to data.