A secure system is difficult to crack. That's what it means to be secure.
That means they are doing something *right*.
Only on r/technology could an article about Apple’s insistence on protecting user privacy against an overzealous government be met with 7 upvotes and fucking stupid, snarky comments like
>Yeah, but Apple are jerks for other things
Seriously, and you guys wonder why your terrible subreddit is no longer default status?
Wait a few months. The FBI will shut the fuck up about it. And when they do, we'll know they've got a proper Apple hack in place.
It was the same with Pretty Good Privacy (PGP). FBI and NSA kicked up a huge shit-storm about it, and then..... NADA. Well, why do you think they went quiet on the subject?
It's damned obvious.
Frankly, it's fairly pathetic they even bother to complain, because we know they'll have it broken very rapidly.
Seems like the jerks are the ones who are less technically competent--the FBI.
hey just drop the phone , the screen will crack --oh you mean the other kind of cra--never mind.
Apple are jerks for many reasons besides this, and the fbi are facist pigs.