I hate to be a stick in the mud, but the issue with the "Trusted Security Certificate" model is that if the issuing authority, in this case Apple, is breached the damage can be potentially huge because people believe that software signed by the issuing authority is safe they tend to allow it to anything they want. Microsoft went through this a while back.
The biggest incident of this type (in my mind) was the hacking of Verisign back in 2011.
There have been a few others as well...and in one case false certificate claiming that malware was authentic MS software were distributed. Will look for the link on that later.
|"Come out from man foul spirit.|
What is thy name?"
And he said unto him,
"Our name is legion, for we are many."
Gospel of Mark, 5 - 8
|Patriotism is your conviction|
that your country is
superior to all others because
you were born in it.
George Bernard Shaw