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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by iMouse, May 27, 2009.
Is this new? It was snapped on a friend's iPhone about 20 minutes ago.
It was caused by an app he just downloaded..
I know that, but this is the first I've seen of this message. Maybe I don't download apps that contain objectionable material, but its kinda hard to miss after owning an iPhone for nearly two years.
Can anyone confirm this being new to the App Store?
It's nothing new. It's always been there.
That message appears to be specific to NC-17 apps such as Amateur Surgeon. I can't find any other examples of other apps that cause Apple to flag them. Probably because they were denied entry into the App Store.
[app]Beer Pong Challenge[/app] is one.
I saw it on day 1 when I installed iPint. iPint has since been removed from the US AppStore. I don't know why.
Maybe to release with a more compatible name as most Americans misread Pint as much as they misread Lead. Kind of like Lead Zeppelin had to change their name.
'Lead' can read like two totally different words, what can 'pint' refer to other than a volume?
Well, it's taken them almost a year to come up with a new name, then.