Apple: Law enforcement seeks ‘dangerous power’ in iPhone case

"“The argument spells out pretty much as expected,” said Andrea Matwyshyn, a law professor at Northeastern University.

She brought up Apple’s claim that it would need to dedicate staff hours and resources to comply with the the government’s request.

“It’s not a (matter of) sending two people from a Genius Bar,” Matwyshyn added. “It’s a request that would require Apple to redirect, or begin a new research group to create the tools that are being requested.”"