Feds tipped Apple to a security flaw it already fixed
Apple patched the vulnerability with the release of iOS 9 and El Capitan.
The FBI won't say how its iPhone hack works
The agency claims to know so little about the method that publicly detailing it would be a waste of time.
The After Math: Well, pay the man
Everything's fine -- or rather, fines.
Feds scrap Apple lawsuit in New York
Apparently, "someone" provided them the passcode needed to access a Brooklyn drug deal's iPhone.
FBI paid over $1.3 million to unlock San Bernardino iPhone
Your tax dollars at work.
Court rejects child porn case evidence FBI got through malware
Feds should have asked permission from a district judge to launch its hacking operation.
Apple and FBI head back to Congress to debate encryption
The fight heads back in front of lawmakers.
FBI can't tell Apple how it unlocked the San Bernardino iPhone
Because it doesn't own the technique used to crack it open.
Feds' iPhone-cracking tool takes advantage of a security flaw
A group of 'gray hat' hackers discovered and used the flaw to make the tool the FBI needed.