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In article<cscq3dl0sk6s34tnss1b9v9nkvjrqrt687@4ax.com>, Bill W<nothing@nowhere.com> wrote:

> >That statement is an absolute lie, and you should know it.
> >Just Google iPhone apps disappear, and you will quickly see that is a 
> >widespread issue.
> 
> Are the apps disappearing, or just the icons?

based on his description (which is all over the map), it sounds like he
upgraded to a newer version of ios and his apps are in the process of
being restored from a cloud backup, but for some reason, one or more
got stuck.

that's called 'a bug' and it does happen sometimes. 

it is *not* conspiracy to forcibly delete apps from unsuspecting users. 

restoring from a local backup on a computer is *far* more reliable and
also *much* faster.