Apple will make its first formal submission on Friday (Saturday AEDT) in response to the court order the FBI brought against it last week, asking that it create a modified version of its mobile operating system to facilitate accessing data on an iPhone.
The FBI has sought to gain access to 13 different iPhones, not one, according to court documents, casting doubt on the version of events it has publicised in its stoush with Apple.
Apple has hired former US solicitor-general Ted Olson, who lost his wife in the 9/11 attacks, to handle the defence in the case that the FBI has brought against it.
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