Apple has ordered the developer of iCab, a web browser for iPhones and iPads, to disable some functionality. Apple has ordered it to disable JavaScript, and the developer says he’ll comply, reports “The Register” (,

iCab was launched two years ago, and brings many more features to iPhones and iPads than the Safari shipped with the device, the article says. The developer Alexander Clauss says he’ll comply with Apple’s wishes by disabling third-party code. “But he’s puzzled by the Jobsian logic,” notes “The Register.”