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.
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.
FBI bought 'a tool' to crack the San Bernardino iPhone
"...the government has purchased, from a private party, a way to get into that phone."
Reuters: White House refuses to openly back encryption law
A report by Reuters claims that the White House won't push a bill requiring Apple and others to comply with decryption requests.
Apple's encryption battle with the FBI is over, for now
The iPhone encryption was cracked by a third party.
Apple wants to know how the FBI will hack its phone
The company found out about motion to vacate this afternoon.
FBI backs off Apple, finds another way into iPhone 5c
Looks like the government found some hackers.