China is a country that has always or almost always gone hand in hand with our favourite bitten apple , of course thanks to the manufacture of its terminals and numerous products that Cupertino’s company produces on a daily basis. The great reason and in many occasions the main one to make this part of the work in this Asian country is due to the low cost of the labor and also mainly to the so low price that they have the necessary materials to carry out the manufacture of one of the famous iPhone.
As we saw in WWDC 2017, the App Store is having a lot of changes lately , one of the most striking updates is undoubtedly the transfer of the classic 32-bit system in the house of applications within iOS to the new circuit that will contain 64 bits. We also know that Apple eliminates almost weekly many applications of Asian origin, mostly Chinese, which are basically cheap copies and in the native language of this country from other more well-known applications.
It seems that today the routine maintenance of cleaning in the App Store has not only been to delete copies and plagiarism of other great tools, but also have removed many applications that made use of VPN , for those who do not know is a virtual private network which is used by many apps to improve the performance and speed of these because they do not depend on any network provider. We all find it a little strange to see how Cupertino’s deleted so many uncommon applications since some of the ones that have disappeared were quite popular and useful no matter how you look at them.
The main reason why this has been done is because the Californian firm has one foot in the United States and another in Asia as we said at the beginning, but in China new laws have appeared making the use of VPN illegal in most cases and the last thing a company like Apple wants is to have problems in the country where a fundamental pillar of the income and benefits of the apple is born: the iPhone. It is a big annoyance for developers and users of these, we hope it will be solved soon.