Law enforcement told Congress that companies should police their app stores.
CBC members are taking a cautious stance even as civil rights groups rush to back Apple.
The fight between the FBI and Apple has made the recruitment drive tougher.
Multiple major tech companies are planning to file legal briefs supporting Apple.
The cases are still undisclosed and do not involve terrorism.
Rep. Mike Honda represents Cupertino, Calif., where Apple is headquartered.
"You want to be the pebble in the pond that creates the ripple for change," Tim Cook said.
An official did not specify whom the Apple chief met with.
The attack replaces authentic Apple-approved apps with nefarious imitations.
"I consider being gay among the greatest gifts God has given me,” Tim Cook said.
The move could be an effort to bolster a rival mobile payment system.
Apple said it is aware of the attack but declined to point fingers.
The FBI has not said whether it will tell Apple how it hacked the shooter's iPhone.
The government leaker dismissed the FBI's claim that only Apple could access the locked data.
The finding comes as Tim Cook battles the FBI over encryption.
The Apple CEO isn't backing down from his fight against the FBI.
The fight over encryption is at a “critical juncture," lawmakers claimed.
The company's workforce become 1 percent less male and 1 percent less white over the last year.
The $1 billion case had stretched on for years.
DOJ cites an 18th-century federal law to get phone manufacturer's help in unlocking phones.
Apple is getting some new lobbying help.
Apple is giving support to 114 schools in 29 states.
CEO Tim Cook said he had a “very open” and “impressive” conversation.
The FBI Director said the technology would "allow people to place themselves above the law."