A total of 45,362 Chinese apps were booted from Apple’s App Store from June 13 to June 22, according to data analysis platform ASO 100, Beijing Business Today reported.
More than 15,500, or 34.34 per cent, of them were gaming applications, it said.
The report said the cleanup probably target apps using hot patching, a solution that can enable developers to bypass the time consuming vetting process to deploy patches to users’ devices immediately.
To ensure all apps in the App Store meet Apple’s standards for security and integrity and maintain a healthy and clean app ecosystem, Apple has developed a thorough vetting process that scrutinizes all submitted applications.
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