Somewhere in the middle of the article:
Apple’s problem is singular. The company has made a big deal about hiding technical details of iOS, allowing only approved Web apps to tie in. This tight control initially made it easier to keep iOS secure. But now Apple may have to share iOS coding with anti-virus firms, says Sorin Mustaca, development manager for anti-virus firm Avira.
Windows, Google, Nokia and RIM share such coding to help anti-virus firms develop protections. “Apple does not allow this, making it challenging for anti-virus vendors to create third-party protection for iPhones and iPads,” Mustaca says.
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