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Where are Downloaded iPhone Appstore Apps Stored?


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Does anyone know what directory downloaded apps from the Appstore are located on the iPhone.

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Unless you've jailbroken your phone, you wouldn't have access to the iPhone's filesystem and that discussion isn't allowed here..

Also, looking for the location of the iPhone application directory or the applications themselves is never for idle curiosity..

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Understood, I didnt realise it was selective discussion.

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Selective..no..potentially illegal..yes..

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I didnt know I am now sensored on what I talk about, there I was thinking we all had freedom of speech, I must have missed that enforcement.

Besides I was only asking hypothetically on my theoretical situation

But I hear you buddy and will obey the rules
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Private forum, so freedom of speech doesn't apply..

Read Mac-Forums.com - Announcements in Forum : News and Community Announcements to know what is allowed and not on these forums..

We definitely welcome hypothetical and theoretical discussions...but it doesn't take any stretch of imagination to guess where your line of questioning might lead..

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