The Apple event opened with a Tim Cook’s speech focused on the clash with the FBI and the US government, which arose after the request by the latter to ‘hack’ the iPhone 5c Farook, terrorist author of massacre of San Bernardino.

Apple CEO emphasized the fact that the iPhone was built for users, as a personal device. For many, this is ‘an extension of their arms’.


In the last period the Cupertino company has been at the center of disputes with the government in relation to the concept of privacy. The issue is undoubtedly very special, but Tim Cook has reassured all Apple users: the company will not change its philosophy on privacy and, therefore, does not share user data with third parties to ensure the protection of personal information.

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