Chinese government bans iPhones, Macbooks, iPads from official usage
China has said no to all Apple products from being used by government employees for official use.
The ban, caused by alleged spying by the USA via Apple iPhones and iPads, affects all products made by Apple and it’s now an offense to bring any near the government houses and structures.
Two months ago, China’s Central Television carried a story where it reported that Apple is using a hidden program in iOS devices to log any user’s location unto a file which is alleged to be sent out to Apple where it is being deployed to the US government for monitoring purposes.
Apple since denied the allegation citing it has never share user-information with any government agency. But then it’s too late to cry. China has ruled the verdict and has block all Apple products.
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