Apple will have a little longer to argue against the court ruling that asks it to unlock an iPhone, according to Bloomberg.
The company will now respond to the request on February 26 rather than February 23, say sources familiar with the timings of the court procedures. Originally the company was given five days, as of February 16, to prepare its response.
It’s not clear if the extra time is a result of internal court delays or the reaction to the request.
We know that Tim Cook plans for Apple to ‘challenge’ the FBI over the court ruling. Exactly how that will play out, though, still remains to be seen.