After weeks of asserting that only Apple could help it access data in an iPhone in its possession, the FBI said it was able to break into the device and withdrew its court order compelling Apple's assistance.
With its newest iPad, Apple seems to be going bigger by going smaller. Only months after releasing the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, the company has released a new edition that has a screen size of just 9.7 inches.
Although it fiercely opposes the FBI's demand for help unlocking an encrypted iPhone, Apple has never argued it simply can't do what the government wants. That might not be true for long.
Unless you take a lot of selfies or need a bigger phone, Apple's new 4-inch iPhone SE is a good choice at a good price. Of course, the SE isn't going to be right for everyone, especially power users.
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