California passed a law requiring a kill switch in all phones in order to be sold in their state. The features offered by "Find My iPhone" wouldn't work for this would they? Even if you remote wipe your phone it's still usable if the phone gets unlocked and doesn't "ender the essential features of the smartphone inoperable." You can't really kill the phone, just wipe data right? So if I understand this, by July, 2015, the iPhone 6 and all other phones will need to include this killswitch to be sold in California correct? I wonder if Apple was aware of this before the iPhone 6 started being produced. If not, they'll have to start adding a killswitch to the phone before July 2015 in order to keep selling it. Think maybe they'll just update the model to include it closer to then?