“Apple has reportedly begun closing the accounts of some developers who have inappropriately sold their account device slots, allowing them to profit from the installation iOS 5 on unauthorized non-developer iPhones and iPads,” Neil Hughes reports for AppleInsider.
“Some developers who sold their slots for UDIDs, the unique identification numbers associated with every iOS device, have been tracked down by Apple, according to KarthikK.net,” Hughes reports. “Apple has reportedly sent e-mail warnings to developers, notifying them that their illicit activities have been discovered.”
Hughes reports, “In addition, Apple is said to have begun closing developer accounts for some who have been identified as selling their device slots. Apple has also reportedly flagged UDIDs associated with a developer account found in violation, making the device running iOS 5 ‘unusable.'”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Andrew Wolniak” for the heads up.]