It appears that Apple may have another standoff with the FBI brewing. If you recall, the FBI recently asked for Apple’s assistance in unlocking a pair of iPhones belonging to Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani, the man accused of killing three people at a Navy base this past December. In response to the FBI’s request, Apple said that it handed over gigabytes of information, including but not limited to iCloud backups and various transactional information. Addressing the matter last week, Apple said that it gave the FBI “all of the data in our possession” and that it was open to assisting the FBI in other ways going forward. The FBI, though, wants Apple to go one step further and help it unlock Alshamrani’s iPhones. In light of that, Attorney General William Barr recently called Apple out for not going the extra mile. In a statement issued yesterday, Barr articulated the following: We have asked Apple for their help in unlocking the shooter’s iPhones. So far Apple has not given us any substantive assistance.