The FBI has shed more light on its involvement in what is shaping up to be the most controversial piece of evidence in the investigation of San Bernardino terror suspect Syed Rizwan Farook: his iCloud account password.
Hours after Farook's iPhone was recovered by law enforcement, the password to his iCloud account was reset. The reset was an attempt to gain access to his account. It also likely prevented the iPhone from doing an auto-backup, which could have yielded useful information about Farook's activity leading up to the shooting that killed 14 people and wounded 22 others.
That kicked off a round of finger pointing from Apple executives, the FBI, and San Bernardino County officials over who reset the iCloud password.