The tool used to take data from San Bernardino terrorist Syed Farook's iPhone likely only works on a "narrow slice of phones," and almost certainly does not work on the iPhone 5S or 6, FBI chief James Comey said.
The FBI director made the remarks during an address at Kenyon College in Ohio on Wednesday evening. The federal law enforcement agency was locked in a court battle with Apple to crack the iPhone 5C running iOS 9 used by Farook until an unidentified third-party came forward with a technique the FBI used to get data from the device.
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