Commencing tomorrow, the Russian trade ministry will impose a ban on the use of Apple products for State-related tasks
Russia’s domestically developed AYYA T1 handset was not successful
The Russians claim that Apple products are spying on them, and in early last month, the country’s Federal Security Service (FSB) announced that it had uncovered a “spying operation by US intelligence agencies” involving thousands of iPhone units. The FSB accused Apple of cooperating with U.S. signal intelligence to install software on these iPhone units for monitoring conversations. Despite lacking evidence to support these allegations, the Russian security agency made them nonetheless.
The Russian government aims to achieve complete self-reliance in terms of domestically developed hardware and software. Last year, President Vladimir Putin issued a directive that businesses involved in “critical information infrastructure” must transition to Russian-developed software by 2025.
Why can’t we find common ground?
I wish I had the answer. As a tech news writer, this situation is disheartening. I would have been excited to experience and consider purchasing the Huawei Mate 50 Pro last year. It may be naive to hope for a resolution to these differences, but it shouldn’t stop us from desiring it.
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Deepak Sen is a tech enthusiast who covers the latest technological innovations, from AI to consumer gadgets. His articles provide readers with a glimpse into the ever-evolving world of technology.