In a topic that is evergreen, an Italian man adopted a boy from Ethiopia in 2007. The boy tragically died of cancer last year at the age of 13. The boy owned an iPhone 6 which both he and his father accessed by finger print ID. After his son died, the father lost access to the phone because he claims the phone restarted during an access attempt. The father has since written to Tim Cook begging him to assist with unlocking the phone so he can see the last two months of his son’s photos and life. Apple has been unable to assist him. In lieu of unlocking the phone, the guy has said he will accept a donation to an orphanage benefiting Ethiopian children.