Apple has filed a motion in the US district court in central California to dismiss an order brought against it by the FBI last week, seeking the creation of a new version of its mobile operating system that would remove two security features.
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.
Last week, when Apple refused to obey a court order asking it to effectively create a backdoor into iOS, its mobile operating system, it looked like a straightforward fight with the FBI.
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