FBI unlocks iPhone without Apple’s help, somehow

New York Times.  The Feds lost the the battle for hearts and minds over encryption, which is now safer than ever.  The whole dust-up seemed more of a case of bringing an encryption-advocating tech giant to heel rather than accessing the phone.  They wanted Apple to jump at their command, but didn’t count on the vigorous defense of encryption and privacy from the heroic Tim Cook.  The big question now is: how’d they do it?