Due to imminent privacy and security issues, an urgent warning was issued to iPad and iPhone users.
Apple developer Kosta Eleftheriou announced that the App Store is home to many illegal movie streaming services.
Movie trailers and photo filters to deceive users. The app encourages users to enter codes or share apps to unlock more features. There is also a premium subscription tier in apps that run through Apple Pay, where Apple gets a 15-30% discount.
Eleftheriou said that these apps have been on the App Store for several months, even though negative reviews indicate that they are illegal.
Eleftheriou said the ads for these apps are promoted using social media influencers who have “millions” of fans.
Eleftheriou said: “Although Apple does not control its app store, these apps have been downloaded more than 2 million times and now generate about 16,000 times a day, or about $6 million per year.”
Legal documents in the ongoing “Eric Vs Apple” process, Eric Friedman, head of company risk and fraud engineering algorithms [FEAR] The department, called App Store Security, is knife-edge, “Friedman said the App Store review process” is more like a beautiful lady greeted you at a Hawaiian airport, rather than a poisoned dog.
Eleftheriou also sued Apple in court, claiming that the company copied its Apple Watch app FlickType. However, discoveries on the App Store have made iPhone and iPad users more vigilant about their devices.
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