A heartbroken family were unable to give their dead son a fitting send-off because Apple refused to unlock the i Pad containing his funeral wishes.
Liam Wright, 18, who died of bone cancer in December, had noted his last wishes on the tablet because he couldn't bear to talk about it in person with his family.
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Ms Lamb revealed how the much-loved teenager, described as a 'gentle giant', had stored hundreds of precious photos and videos on his i Pad.
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