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(From Guardian Unlimited)
Chinese users of the iPhone are unable to download applications related to the Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of Buddhist Tibet, or Rebiya Kadeer, an exiled minority leader, after Apple apparently blocked them from its iPhone App Store in the country.
The move suggests that Apple has followed Google in self-censoring content available in China, under pressure from the government.
Apple does not maintain a single app store; there are different ones for each country, and Apple has the final say on what software appears in each.
The iPhone was launched in China two months ago on the carrier China Unicom. The apps for the …