Should apple really allow the FBI to get into one of america's top phone companies. In my opinion I think they should not. Apple shouldn’t allow the FBI to hack iphones. I don’t think apple should let the fbi get into their phones. According to Randall G. Holcombe The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has dropped its lawsuit against Apple, ending its desire to force the company to create software to unlock the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino, California, gunmen. This in no way lessens the importance of Apple’s refusal to help the FBI. I don’t think that this is right because americans need their privacy. According to Whitt Flora However, the FBI’s decision to drop its lawsuit against Apple does not justify the actions of Tim Cook, Apple's chief executive officer (CEO). Cook refused to unlock Farook's phone to help the FBI's investigation of the attack. This refusal is hard to justify in an age when America and its allies are coming under attack from extremist groups. What if the Chinese start wanting apple's privacy for the phones. According to Randall G. Holcombe This request came from our government. What if it was the Chinese government that wanted Apple to unlock the phones of Chinese citizens accused of breaking the law? Would Americans — and the American FBI — support attempts by foreign governments to force Apple to break into people’s phones?