Solidot | The state formally asked Apple to provide the gunman’s iCloud data


November 7, Devin Patrick Kelley killed 26 people in a church in Sutherland, Springs, and another 20 were Hurt。 Now the state authorities obtained the judge’s search warrant to search for the seized Kelley cell phone and submitted to apple a formal request to visit Kelley’s ICloud data. According to a court document released in Monday, the state police asked for a search of two mobile phones in Kelley, one of which was the IPhone SE, and four e-mail accounts associated with him, , and The FBI publicly said it was unable to access data from the seized IPhone SE. The state police also asked Apple to provide iCloud data from January 1, 2016 to November 9, 2017. Apple has not yet indicated whether to comply with or oppose the search warrant. Law experts say Apple has no good reason to resist a search warrant.