Apple said it is banning vaping-related apps from its App Store due to concerns that e-cigarette use can damage lungs or even kill people.
Apple examines what is allowed on the abandons of its virtual shop that serves as the sole outlet for apps accessible to its popular mobile devices, including some 900 million iPhones in use around the world.
Experts fluctuating from the CDC to the American Heart Association have accredited a variety of lung damages and fatalities to e-cigarette and vaping products, going so far as to call the blowout of these devices a public health crisis an a youth epidemic. Apple said in response to an AFP enquiry encouraged by an Axios statement.
Apple has dragged all vaping-related apps from the App Store globally and Tobacco along with vaping cartridges were never permitted at the virtual shop, so the apps involved social networks, news, games, hardware or stores. People who are already having the now-banned apps on their Apple devices will be able to continue using them.
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