The phone is actually owned by Mr. Farook’s former employer, San Bernardino County. The county has given investigators permission to search the phone, but county officials don’t know Mr. Farook’s passcode, according to federal prosecutors.
Last Edit: Feb 26, 2016 10:46:13 GMT -5 by GMB54-120
On a side note Apple has already "cracked" phones multiple times (around 70 times) on earlier versions of their OS for investigations. Plus don't even try to tell me they don't offer this service to countries like China if its required to get a foot hold in that market. Apple would comply in a heartbeat. Its a VERY safe bet China would NEVER allow a uncrackable phone to be sold to its citizens.
Last Edit: Feb 26, 2016 10:58:41 GMT -5 by GMB54-120