However, it's not a new one. This "loop-hole" in the GPL licenses has often been called "software-as-a-service" (SaaS) loop-hole.
That is why there were created a license that fixes this: the Affero General Public License (AGPL).
However, I haven't ever though of applying the SaaS clause in relation to applications running on "iProduct" devices. But I doubt it will hold, unless the application either run on Apples own web servers, or if Apple still (for some reason) still was the legal owner of your piece of hardware, minimum.
If the SaaS "loop-hole" also will be usable for applications running in locked virtual machines/locked-down devices this is a major reason to consider to use AGPL in stead of GPL for your next FOSS project.