Why is it so hard to block porn on the iPhone? Will Apple ever do something about this? I realise there are plenty of people who want porn - and that's fine. That's up to you. But I don't. I'd like to be able to switch it off, as we can with our PC (using Net Nanny), so that all web enabled programs (or apps) don't show porn. It's a big issue - if you don't believe me, read this article from Time magazine. www.time.com/time/business/article/0,8599,1815933,00.html There are a few "safe" browsers (K9, Mobicip) available in the app store, but they don't work. You have to disable Safari (which means you lose a lot of iPhone functionality, e.g. links in emails don't work anymore) and in any event, lots of apps have internet capabilities (even my radio app, TuneIn Radio has browser capabilities). Ideally, there would just be a Net Nanny switch in the "restrictions" settings (although I guess there would also need to be a configuration panel, as adults trying to escape porn might want different settings to parents looking after younger kids). Steve Jobs keeps saying he wants users to have the option of a porn-free iPhone. Why doesn't he sort this out?