Apple helps independent repair shops, malicious Android apps pulled
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Apple announced a new repair program that will provide independent repair businesses with the same training tools and replacement parts as its Apple Authorized Service providers.
Apple says the certification to its independent repair program is free.
This till launch first in the US with expansion to other countries to follow.
Security company Symantec disclosed that certain apps on Android ere secretly clicking on ads without people knowing for nearly a year.
The apps are IdeaNote and Beauty Fitness.
More than 1.5 million people downloaded both apps, which have since been removed from the Google Play Store.
The developer of both apps is also banned from the Play Store.
Huawei plan on launching new smartphones in Europe but they will not include Google apps according to a report by Reuters.
Due to the U.S. ban on sales, Huawei phones cannot be sold with google apps and services.
A Huawei spokesperson issued a statement saying that Huawei Will continue to use the Android OS and eco system if the United States government allows it to do so.
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