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We're now learning that apple two years ago backed away from a plan to let iPhone users fully encrypt their I. cloud backups after complaints from the FBI that this would prevent investigators from accessing information during criminal investigations Reuters news service says it's confirmed the story with a half dozen sources familiar with the matter the revelation comes as Attorney General William Barr and president trump has been pushing apple to unlock the iPhone's belonging to the man who killed three people at a naval base in Florida turns out apple did turn over the Pensacola shooters I I cloud backups and according to Reuters report this morning the