PST on December 2,police were executing a search warrant on the house. After the shooter's phone had been recovered, the FBI asked San Bernardino County, the owner of the phone, to reset the password to the shooter's iCloud account in order to acquire data from the iCloud backup.
The New York Times reported that it was unclear why the two versions differed.
FBI—Apple Dating jihadisten dispute An iPhone 5Cthe model used by one of the shooters  On February 9,the FBI announced that it was unable to unlock one of the mobile phones they had recovered because of the phone's advanced security features.
A dive team was sent into the shallow edge of the lake to search for evidence;   nothing relevant was found.
Twelve of them died almost immediately from their wounds, while the other two, Shannon Johnson and Bennetta Betbadal, later died at a makeshift triage center set up across the street from the Inland Regional Center. Department of Justice filed a new application urging a federal judge to compel Apple to comply with the order.
Comey said that they "were talking to each other about jihad and martyrdom," before their engagement and as early as the end of However, this rendered the phone unable to back up recent data to iCloud unless its pass-code is entered.
Fatalities[ edit ] In the Inland Regional Center attack, 14 civilians were killed. The FBI responded by successfully applying to a United States magistrate judgeSherri Pym, to issue a court order, mandating Apple to create and provide the requested software.
Those communications are direct, private messages. During the police investigation into the attack, The New York Times reported that this language indicated "a less direct connection" between the shooters and the terrorist group.
The phone was an iPhone 5C owned by the county and issued to its employee, the shooter Farook. Newly discovered emails indicated that Malik had objected to the party and did not want her husband to participate.
No one was found; the reports may have been from officers at the scene. Apple declined due to its policy to never undermine the security features of its products.