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Google Maps Returns To Apple's iPhone

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Since Apple would not give the FBI access to the iPhone of the San Bernadino shooter’s, the FBI sought out the skills of an unknown third party and the Department of Justice was able to access data on the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters.

The FBI dropped its case against Apple on Monday, saying that it had “successfully accessed the data” stored on the San Bernardino, California, killer’s iPhone and, therefore, no longer needed the company’s assistance—which the bureau had been demanding in court and which Apple had been resisting.

Apple may have dodged a costly court battle, but its brand has been bruised.

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