An app designed to verify votes in a key state in the US election has been blocked by Apple. The New York Times has ranked Pennsylvania the swing state most likely to have problems counting ballots. RELATED: ‘It’s terrible’: Trump explodes in rantVideoImage US Election 2020: Swing states explained Just 15 battleground ‘swing states’ will decide who will win the US election between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Drive Turnout wanted to access a user’s iPhone address book and their Facebook contacts to check against the state’s database. “Should it be Apple making these decisions?”Apple is facing increased scrutiny for the monopoly control it exerts over the App Store, including during a recent antitrust investigation in the US and the Australian consumer watchdog’s Digital Platforms Inquiry.