I don't think so.
Human do makes mistakes!
If you read the links as what we have posted, is base on facts man... No joke.
Here is some excerpts...
This is from CIO,
iPhone Dev Sneaks Malware Into Apple App Store, Feels Swift Wrath of Cupertino An iOS security researcher who submitted a tainted iPhone application meant to expose a weakness in Apple's App Store security process has been suspended from Apple's developer program. And rightly so—he violated clear terms of service. But what does that say about the security of all those random apps on your iPhone, iPad and iPod?
Posted November 08, 2011
This is an excerpt from Sophos Antivrius Company,
Former NSA analyst and serial Apple hacker has discovered a serious security flaw in iOS, the operating system that powers iPhones and iPads.
iOS prevents apps from acting maliciously by only allowing code that has been signed by Apple to carry out sensitive tasks. It seems that ... has found a way to break through iOS's security straitjacket and get iOS devices to run unsigned code.
Hope those articles will convince you.
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