“Moments after successfully unlocking the San Bernardino iPhone, the F.B.I. rendered the phone permanently useless by spilling a glass of water on it, an F.B.I. spokesman confirmed on Tuesday,” Andy Borowitz writes for The New Yorker. “Calling the accident ‘one of the biggest embarrassments in F.B.I. history,’ bureau spokesman Harland Dorrinson told reporters, ‘There’s no way to express how bad we feel about what happened to that phone.'”
“In a possible thawing of relations between Apple and the F.B.I.,” Borowitz writes, “Apple C.E.O. Tim Cook offered to replace the damaged iPhone for seven hundred and forty-nine dollars, or two hundred and ninety-nine dollars with a two-year contract.”
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