Apple has removed an iPhone application from the App Store because it is said to have violated the Group’s COVID-19 rules. The app called “Unjected” is a kind of dating platform aimed at people who are in favor of “medical autonomy and freedom of expression”. The application had previously been removed from the Play Store by Google.
There should be one According to a media report User-generated content in a “social feed” may not have been sufficiently filtered for incorrect information. According to Google, it was claimed that vaccines against the coronavirus modified the genes with experimental mRNA, that they were “biological weapons” and “nanotechnology microchips”. The Corona 5G conspiracy theory is also said to have been reproduced. Google then gave “Unjected” two weeks to fix the app.
Apple has strict rules
Apple, in turn, responded to “Unjected” after the financial news agency Bloomberg asked the company about the app. An email to the medium said the application made “inappropriate reference to the COVID-19 pandemic in its concept or topic”. Corona issues must always contain “credible health and safety information” in app store applications, according to Apple’s requirement. In addition, they may only come from “recognized entities” such as government organizations, health non-profits or medical organizations and educational institutions.
App rejected, then approved
Apple is said to have initially rejected “Unjected”, but then allowed the app after internal changes. Since then, according to Apple, the developer has “made or made comments to its users as well as updates for the app” that lead to the app falling out of control again. “This is a violation of our guidelines.” It is forbidden to “deceive the system”. “Unjected” has around 25,000 followers on Instagram. According to the analysis company Apptopia, the application is said to have been downloaded around 18,000 times.