Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Schiller: Recent app bans based on public complaints

<img align='left' src='http://photos.macnn.com/news/0910/philschiller.jpg' border='0' width='176' height='120' />The recent crackdown on "overtly sexual" iPhone apps is based on a rash of complaints from the public, says Apple's senior VP of worldwide product marketing, Phil Schiller. The executive claims that an "increasing number of apps containing very objectionable content" have been submitted to the App Store in the past few weeks, generating a backlash from the more easily offended....

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