Apple has confirmed that 17 malware iPhone apps were removed from the App Store after successfully hiding from the company’s app review process.
The apps were all from a single developer, but covered a wide range of areas, including a restaurant-finder, Internet radio, BMI calculator, video compressor and GPS speedometer …
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