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Revision as of 18:18, 21 June 2019

This article discusses software internally used by Apple.

Acquiring a copy without Apple's consent is illegal and may result in being scammed.
Engaging in illegal activity is not condoned. This information is provided for educational purposes only.

Home Diagnostics
Original author(s) Apple Inc.
Developer(s) Apple Inc.
Stable release 15A287b
(latest known version)
Operating system macOS
Available in English
Type Package
License Closed source

Home Diagnostics is an package which contains a few apps that are used by Foxconn or Apple. It usually contains the following apps: PurpleRestore, PurpleSNIFF, PurpleFAT, SkankPhone, ScreenShotr, DCSD, PurpleBuildSanitizer, iOS Menu, iPhone Menu, PurpleConsole, PowerWarriorX, PurplePod, SkankTunes, CarDisplaySim, a crash dumper, which automatically launches when an iDevice is connected and dumps the logs to the computer, and an additional panel for Xcode Organizer. It also installs a handful of useful command line utilities to /usr/local/bin. These applications aren't installed in /Applications like normal; They are instead installed to /AppleInternal/Applications.

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