Apple just lost a lawsuit trying to ban iOS virtual machines

After a years-long battle with Corellium, US courts have told Apple that third-party iOS virtual devices are indeed allowed and that there is nothing it can do to stop it.

Corellium bills itself as a provider of “unprecedented vulnerability research for iOS and Android phones” and enables security personnel to virtual desktops and operating systems for research purposes.

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