Authorities in Texas served Apple with a search warrant in order to gain access to the Sutherland Springs church shooter’s cellphone files. Texas Ranger Kevin Wright obtained the warrant last week, according to San Antonio Express-News.
Investigators are hoping to gain access to gunman Devin Patrick Kelley’s digital photos, messages, calls, videos, social media passwords, address book and data since January 2016. Authorities also want to know what files Kelley stored in his iCloud account.
You can read more in an article in the New York Daily News at: http://nydn.us/2AjkTRh.
It seems unlikely that Apple can comply. As already established in a prior case, Apple apparently does not know how to break into the iPhone’s securely encrypted data.
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