The message we want to deliver is that right now, the Apple review process is mostly doing a static analysis of the app, which we say is not sufficient because dynamically generated logic cannot be very easily seen.
Security researchers have discovered that Apple only runs apps for a few seconds during the review process. With malware on the rise, developers can easily hide malicious code under Apple’s nose. And the researches did just so. With over 900,000 iPhone and 375,000 iPad apps on the App Store, you can’t expect Apple to review every app, can you?