Who reset the iCloud account on the Apple iPhone 5c at the center of all of the controversy between Apple and the federal government? Apple reportedly held an impromptu press conference with certain members of the media on Friday night, with the condition that executives not be quoted or named. During the conference, Apple said that the phone's iCloud password was reset while in government custody.
The problem is that we are dealing with two government agencies, the FBI with its square-jawed suited agents, and the San Bernardino Department of Public Health. The latter actually owned the phone, and gave it to deceased terrorist Syed Farook to help him do his job.
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