Just as much as you can trust iPhone 5s' borked sensors... not at all.
In truth, there is no surprise here. By now everyone should be used to Apple's lies when it comes to their products. "it just works"... what a load of bull (unless it's finished with "...like everything else").
Meh. Movin' on...
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So?.. anything sent over the air or stored electronically, given enough time and resources, can be decrypted and read. The only thing the average user or even large corporation can do is put up enough road blocks that the time needed to decrypt information doesn't make it financially viable.
Yes but this is basically a shortcut around all of the roadblocks, you just need to ask the construction company for the key to the gate. The current implementation allows any government agency to ask for the keys and then read messages en masse. True end to end encryption would make it several orders of magnitude more difficult to decrypt a signal message, let alone a boatload.