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He developed an application that he believed could download malware onto iPhones and iPads. To prove this, he disguised his app as a stock ticker program and got it approved for distribution in Apple's App Store.Instead of thanking Miller for his work, Apple revoked his app developer license on Monday, saying it violated the developer agreement that forbid him to "hide, misrepresent or obscure" his app. He was also suspended for one year from Apple's developer program.Miller said he was trying to demonstrate a flaw in Apple's process for reviewing new apps. If he hadn't introduced the app to the App store, no one would have believed that Apple would accept an app that could infect mobile devices, he said. Miller added that Apple overreacted.