Apple kicks med tech app developers out of the iCloud

Medical device companies using Apple's ($AAPL) HealthKit are banned from storing health data on the iCloud server, according to the company's recent changes to the App Store Review Guidelines. Any medical device app that refuses to comply will be removed from the App Store. The FDA and FCC approached Apple after recent celebrity iCloud hacks, and the company agreed to tighten its security policy regarding patient information gathered by medical apps. Story

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