Bloomberg’s reports on Apple is not true. They need to withdraw this report, at present Apple has not expressed its position and plans to take legal action against Bloomberg. - Tim CookPerhaps this is the first time Apple has reacted to a news article published on any publication, where it had to publish a public statement and a letter to Congress signed by Apple’s vice president of information security, George Stathakopoulos. Although there are hiccups about the Chinese spy chip story investigation, Bloomberg has stood steadfastly by its story and even published a follow-up account that furthered the original’s claims. In response to Cook’s statement, Bloomberg said, “We are confident in this report, which took us more than a year. They said 17 sources have confirmed “manipulating hardware” and other attack factors”. Bloomberg issued a statement to Buzzfeed, saying it stands by its reporting, which included spending more than a year on the story and more than 100 interviews. The result has been an impasse between some of the world’s most powerful corporations and a highly respected news organization, even in the face of questions from Congress. On Thursday evening, an indignant Cook further ratcheted up the tension in response to an inquiry from BuzzFeed News. It seems that the authenticity of the report, claims, and counterclaims are going more mysterious where Bloomberg can shed more light on it.
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