09 November 2011

Apple Fail

But the company said in an email to Miller sent late on Monday that it was revoking his rights to develop iOS software for the iPhone and iPad, and would no longer distribute his programs through the App Store, according to a copy of the note obtained by Reuters. "Apple has good reason to believe that you violated [the iOS developer agreement] by intentionally submitting an App that behaves in a manner different from its intended use," the email said. Read more: http://www.theage.com.au/technology/security/apple-banishes-expert-who-exposed-software-flaw-20111109-1n67i.html#ixzz1dGA8f0PK