Here are your Apple Rumors for today:
Security : Security on an Apple ( AAPL ) iPhone 5s has been broken by the Los Angeles Police Department , reports MacRumors. The LAPD didn't detail how it got through the security of the iPhone 5s, but it was likely via a different method than the one used by the FBI to break into the iPhone 5c belonging to the San Bernardino shooter. The FBI claimed that it's method can't be used on devices with stronger security, which includes the iPhone 5s. The device being investigated by the LAPD was accessed with the help of a forensic cellphone expert.
China : AAPL isn't done with its iPhone trademark battle in China , AppleInsider notes. The tech company said that it plans to take its battle over the iPhone trademark to the country's Supreme People's Court. The battle is over it having exclusive rights to the iPhone trademark for products that aren't smartphones. A recent ruling determined that it had to share those rights with smartphone case maker Xintong Tiandi Technology.
Store : The online Apple Store has added a category for accessibility accessories , reports 9to5Mac . The online Store now allow customers to browse a category of accessories that are designed for those with disabilities. Searches in this category can be further narrowed down by selecting the type of disability and compatibility with the company's different devices. It was rumored last year that the company would be adding this section to its online Store.
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