An anti-government protester holding up his iPhone with a sign “No Entry” during a demonstration near the Apple store in New York. The US government on kept its encryption battle with Apple alive, pressing the high-tech giant to help crack an iPhone in a drug case in New York. Photo: AFP An anti-government protester holding up his iPhone with a sign “No Entry” during a demonstration near the Apple store in New York. The US government on kept its encryption battle with Apple alive, pressing the high-tech giant to help crack an iPhone in a drug case in New York. Photo: AFP
An anti-government protester holding up his iPhone with a sign “No Entry” during a demonstration near the Apple store in New York. The US government on kept its encryption battle with Apple alive, pressing the high-tech giant to help crack an iPhone in a drug case in New York. Photo: AFP

US Justice Department still pursuing Apple over drug dealer’s locked iPhone

An anti-government protester holding up his iPhone with a sign “No Entry” during a demonstration near the Apple store in New York. The US government on kept its encryption battle with Apple alive, pressing the high-tech giant to help crack an iPhone in a drug case in New York. Photo: AFP An anti-government protester holding up his iPhone with a sign “No Entry” during a demonstration near the Apple store in New York. The US government on kept its encryption battle with Apple alive, pressing the high-tech giant to help crack an iPhone in a drug case in New York. Photo: AFP
An anti-government protester holding up his iPhone with a sign “No Entry” during a demonstration near the Apple store in New York. The US government on kept its encryption battle with Apple alive, pressing the high-tech giant to help crack an iPhone in a drug case in New York. Photo: AFP
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