Authorities have been pressuring the tech company to crack an iPhone used by one of the attackers involved in December's San Bernardino attacks that left fourteen dead.
So far, Apple has resisted the FBI's request, and both sides have been duking it out in court, and in the court of public opinion.
Now, some engineers at Apple say they would resist an order to hack into the phone if a judge orders Apple to comply with the FBI request.
The New York Times' Katie Benner spoke to half-a-dozen current and former Apple engineers and wrote about it for the paper. She joined Take Two to talk about it.