In yet another bizarre, head-scratching move, Apple has removed all apps that allow the iPhone and iPod Touch to detect nearby Wifi networks, such as WiFiTrack and WiFiFoFum.
The explanation from a few of the affected developers is that the apps were removed because they used ‘private frameworks ‘ to collect information on the wireless networks nearby. Of course, this has added fuel to the jailbreak fire, with many calling for the developers to simply release the apps on Cydia.
I ‘ll come out and say it “ the Android Market and it ‘s lack of draconian control is beginning to look more and more attractive by the day.
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