Apple has sued Corellium, a company that provides hackers and developers with access to virtual iPhones and iPads for testing purposes.
According to a recent Forbes report, Corellium was founded by Amanda Gorton and her husband Chris Wade (@cmwdotme), a well known iPhone hacker. The software lets users try whatever they want on a virtualized iOS device from looking for security weaknesses to testing apps on different hardware and software. If the virtual device gets bricked you can create a new one in ten minutes.
Earlier today, Apple filed a complaint against Corellium in the Southern District of Florida accusing the company of copyright infringement.
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