Drexler and Staton have both pleaded not guilty to capital murder, aggravated robbery and other charges in the deaths of the Codgells, who were both 66. Prosecutors said recorded phone conversations between Staton and others since his arrest indicated he had used the iPod to communicate about the homicide plans and that there may be other evidence on the device. If the FBI will proceed to decrypt the devices using the method they found, a precedent will be created and many other similar situations could occur. On the other part, Apple company will have a bigger problem knowing their technology has vulnerabilities which make the data accessible. They need at least to change how they advertise the products.