This suggests that the iPhone calls home once in a while to find out what applications it should turn offAt the moment, no apps have been blacklisted, but by all appearances, this has been added to disable applications that the user has already downloaded and paid for, if Apple so chooses to shut them down.
我发现这是对iPhone 3G的法医检查It appears to be tucked away in a configuration file deep inside Core Location.
Since each iPhone program will be digitally signed by its creator, this gives Apple the ability to “turn off the spigot,” as Steve Jobs put it, and revoke programs that don’t meet its standards.
Apple没有理由在偷偷摸摸的地方隐藏这样的配置If it’s “tucked away in a configuration file deep inside” the Core Location framework, doesn’t it seem more likely that this list has something to do with, say, Core Location? Even the URL of the file in question hints at this:
Apple的一位知情人士向我证实，URL中的“clbl”代表“核心位置黑名单”，它就是这样做的它不是完全禁用应用程序的黑名单，而是专门用于阻止任何列出的应用程序访问Core Location - 这是一种API，出于明显的隐私原因，它被iPhone SDK指南中的非常严格的规则所涵盖。