The FBI cracked another iPhone — but it's still not happy with Apple

"Riana Pfefferkorn, associate director of surveillance and cybersecurity at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society, noted that the FBI was eventually able to find a way into Alshamrani's phone without Apple's help.

That "further draws into question the necessity of requiring Apple to build an access mechanism for law enforcement into their phones," Pfefferkorn said. "However, it is unlikely that the government will wholly let up on calling for such a mandate.""