1. Apple says Android has up to 47x more malware than iPhone in continued pushback against sideloading  9to5Mac
  2. Apple again makes its case against sideloading apps on iPhones in new security research report  CNET
  3. Apple warns of cybercrime risks if EU forces it to allow others' software  Reuters
  4. Apple Says iOS is Safer Than Android Because Sideloading Apps Isn't Allowed  MacRumors
  5. Apple: Forcing app sideloading would turn iPhones into virus-prone 'pocket PCs'  ZDNet
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Amid growing pressure from private companies and governments to allow sideloading on iOS, Apple is out today with a new security paper diving into real-world data on how malware is impacting mobile devices. Along with statistics like Android having between 15 and 47 times more malware than iPhone, Apple is making its latest case against […]

Apple says Android has up to 47x more malware than iPhone in continued pushback against sideloading - 9to5Mac

Apple Inc on Wednesday ramped up its criticism of EU draft rules that would force it to allow users to install software from outside its App Store, saying that would boost the risk of cybercriminals and malware.Apple Inc on Wednesday ramped up its criticism of EU draft rules that would force it to allow users to install software from outside its App Store, saying that would boost the risk of cybercriminals and malware.

Apple warns of cybercrime risks if EU forces it to allow others' software | Reuters

The tech giant points to security failings when sideloading apps in Google's Android software as a sign of how bad things can be.The tech giant points to security failings when sideloading apps in Google's Android software as a sign of how bad things can be.

Apple again makes its case against sideloading apps on iPhones in new security research report - CNET

Apple says that sideloading would undermine the "privacy and security protections" of iPhones.Apple says that sideloading would undermine the "privacy and security protections" of iPhones.

Apple: Forcing app sideloading would turn iPhones into virus-prone 'pocket PCs' | ZDNet

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Apple has doubled down on its argument that letting iPhone users sideload apps would wreck iOS security, releasing a new 'threat analysis' to explain its point of view.New paper doubles down on notion that off-road apps would wreck iOS

Apple: App sideloading on iPhones would 'cripple' security protections | Tom's Guide

Apple has published a new research paper taking a deep dive into some of the security and privacy risks of side-loading, or obtaining apps outside of the App Store.Apple has published a new research paper taking a deep dive into some of the security and privacy risks of side-loading, or obtaining apps outside of the App Store.

Apple explains security & privacy risks of side-loading in detailed new paper | AppleInsider

In response to the European Commission's proposed Digital Markets Act, which could force sideloading of apps on the iPhone in Europe, Apple has...In response to the European Commission's proposed Digital Markets Act, which could force sideloading of apps on the iPhone in Europe, Apple has...

Apple Says iOS is Safer Than Android Because Sideloading Apps Isn't Allowed - MacRumors

Apple has today published another paper warning of the dangers of sideloading, and how a more open App Store could lead to dangerous malware.Apple has today published another paper warning of the dangers of sideloading, and how a more open App Store could lead to dangerous malware.

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Apple on Wednesday ramped up its criticism of EU draft rules that would force it to allow users to install software from outside its App Store, citing the risks posed by cybercriminals and malware.Apple on Wednesday ramped up its criticism of EU draft rules that would force it to allow users to install software from outside its App Store, citing the risks posed by cybercriminals and malware.

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