Recall the heady days of last week sometime when we told you about AirPrint Hacktivator, software which let you print to OS X shared printers from iDevices? Well, early versions of the software has been removed by the developer at Apple’s request.

“While working on my next project, VPN Hacktivator, I received an email from on behalf of Apple instructing me to take down the AirPrint Hacktivator pages,” the developer explains.

He continues to point out that from version 1.7 of the application he removed 10.6.5 beta files from the app, and because the version now in circulation contains no proprietary Apple code he is hoping Apple will “be fine” about him continuing to distribute the software.

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