By Todd Bernhard
In an interesting twist on Apple's fight with the FBI versus over access to the San Bernardino terrorists' iPhone, several key Apple engineers have threatened to bolt rather than comply with the government. Apple is being asked to do more than press a magic button to unlock the iPhone. It is being asked to write a new version of iOS that would disable the feature that automatically erases an iPhone after 10 failed passcode attempts. This places a burden on Apple to create something, against its will, that could damage the company's reputation as a secure and independent technology provider.