Thursday, August 7, 2008

Can Apple remotely disable your applications?

There's a new unconfirmed report that Apple can remotely disable any application on your iPhone. The plot thickens.

I read this latest report which was written in Gizmodo which says that Apple can remotely disable any apps it doesn't like on your iPhone. This was discovered by Jonathan Zdziarsi, the author of iPhone forensics.

He says he found the URL ( "tucked away in a configuration file deep inside CoreLocation" while doing a forensic examination of the iPhone 3G.

This could be the DRM at work after all.

[Via Gizmodo]