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Apple Crackdown Renders Iran iOS Apps Useless

Apple Crackdown Renders Iran iOS Apps UselessApple Crackdown Renders Iran iOS Apps Useless

Apple Inc. crackdown on misuse of its enterprise developer certificates has taken a toll on Iranian startups offering services through iOS apps.
On early Tuesday, Apple suspended iOS distribution certificates of numerous Iranian app developers. Following the move, access to over 20 locally-developed iOS apps were blocked, including mobile banking, shopping, and ride-hailing services.
Some of the services impacted by the move are ride-hailing apps Snapp and Tap30, along with mobile banking apps of numerous Iranian fintechs and banks.
This is not the first time that Iranian iOS apps are rendered useless due to the sudden decisions made by Apple. 


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