Yes, you heard right folks! The U.S. government has hacked the iPhone that belonged to a gunman in the San Bernardino, Calif., mass shooting without Apple’s help. Now the company is going crazy to find out how they even achieved hacking into the iPhone. This came days after the U.S. government dropped their law suit with Apple demanding that they unlock the phone of the gunman. Now Apple is baffle because the U.S. government won’t tell them who the person nor the third party company that helped them hack the phone. Apple is now urgently trying to figure out the flaw and weakness in their software so this doesn’t happen again.
Apple can only guest what the U.S. did to hack the phone because the F.B.I. can not disclose that information because its property of the company that helped them. Honestly Apple can’t be mad that the government finally hacked the phone. The U.S. government tried to reach out them and asked them for help in a shooting that happened in our own soil and Apple turned a blind eye to them. In return the U.S. government does what it does best find a way. Apple claimed that their product was almost key word almost impossible but the government found that special somebody and company to perform the task. This just goes to show you that in this current time where technology plays a big part in our lives that anything is possible as long as the tools are there. Let’s not forget folks the old saying “Where there’s a will there’s a way.”