The Federal Bureau of Investigation, America's top domestic law enforcement agency, and Apple Inc., one of the world's most valuable and popular companies, are currently waging a high-stakes legal battle over a single device: the iPhone used by Syed Rizwan Farook, the man killed by police after he and his wife murdered 14 people in San Bernardino, California, in December.
Every year Apple announces a new iPhone at a big keynote event. Sometimes it’s an incremental update, like the iPhone 6S announced last September. Other times, like this year when Apple will announce the iPhone 7, it’s a big leap forward in technology. While there have been many rumors around the upcoming iPhone 7 (including no more headphone jack and wireless charging), none will be as exciting to movie and TV fans as this news: Apple is expected to make their official foray into original programming when the iPhone 7 launches, competing with both Netflix and Amazon.