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Apple declined to put a backdoor on iPhones

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Apple declined to put a backdoor on iPhones

We all know that iOS and OS X are more secure than the Android. And the Apple’s recent move supports the idea.

Because of the terror attacks in San Bernardino, first FBI wanted Apple to give information about the attacker’s iPhone. Apple says that they helped the FBI to solve the case, but when the FBI wanted the Apple to put a backdoor on the iPhones, Apple simply declined to do such a thing that would able to shatter iPhone’s security. And, it is what seperates Apple from other companies; you can trust to Apple. Personally, I have used both iPhone and Android phone; MacBook and Windows PC; iPad and Samsung Tablet. Right now, I am not arguing about what can you do on the device, because I am aruging about the user experince. I had problems on my MacBook and Windows PC, or on my iPad, but every time I had problems with my Apple device, Apple solved the problem while Samsung did not.

Anyway, Apple has been always loyal and good to their customers, and their recent behaviours prove that.

Jack Goodman

Founder & CEO of BrightTitan

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