“Today, regarding purchasers’ rights is a fundamental standard which Apple has not taken after,” Information and Communication Technology Minister Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi tweeted, promising to “legitimately seek after” the case. “IT ought to be utilized for improving human life and agreeable not an instrument for segregation between nations,” he composed.
Jahromi said later Saturday on Instagram that he and Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif were cooperating to address the issue. The hashtag #StopRemovingIranianApps has been drifting on Iranian web-based social networking for a few days, after Apple expelled no less than 10 of the nation’s most well known applications from its online store.
“The current activity by the US indicates we are progressing nicely… since they fear us and are expelling these (applications)”. Some Iranian applications in a similar class of those that have been expelled are as yet accessible on the application store. Iran’s energetic and very much associated populace claim somewhere in the range of 40 million PDAs, six million of them iPhones, the legislature possessed Iran daily paper detailed.