Apple Approves India's Do Not Disturb App Avoiding iPhone Ban

Apple has approved a government Do Not Disturb app in India after the company's telecom regulator threatened to ban iPhones from the country's cellular networks.

After years of waiting for Apple to implement anti-spam measures, India threatened to ban the iPhone if the government developed Do Not Disturb app wasn't approved by January 2019, reports VentureBeat. The app entitled TRAI DND is now available ahead of that deadline.

The average person in India receives upwards ten unwanted calls and messages each day, according to some reports. The DND app lets users report spam calls to their telecom.

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