That's actually the reason Apple should show that it places an unreasonable burden on their part, they should show the courts the other 12 cases. That's specifically why companies and private citizens are not forced to do the work of the government and have the rights to reject such orders. Except that's not related to the case and other 12 cases as well. The FBI is not asking for Apple's encryption key or the passcode. The FBI is asking Apple for a firmware update signed by Apple that removes the delay per incorrect passcode and allows for the automated PIN/passcode submission, to let them brute force the phone at a rapid pace. The iPhone 5C does not have a Secure Enclave to verify the firmware update that does ask for the passcode first like in iPhone 5S and above. And yes, you can bet that Apple is working their ass off to encrypt more of their data and eventually, disable DFU as well. No, he didn't. The media twisted his words and reasoning into making it seem that he sides with the FBI. All of the more reasons why we can't trust both the government and the media, it's all misdirections.