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Apple: Health apps shouldn't use iCloud storage

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After an apparent breach into celebrities' iCloud accounts led to nude photos leaking, Apple is forbidding its health app developers from housing sensitive user data with the storage service.

Apple's latest version of its App Store developers guidelines, released on Tuesday, say that apps "using the HealthKit framework that store users' health information in iCloud will be rejected," 9to5mac originally reported.

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An Apple spokeswoman did not immediately return a request for comment.

Apple emphasized in a Tuesday statement that its investigations have yet to find any evidence that the leaked celebrity photos were the result of a systems breach.

—By CNBC staff

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