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It would appear that Apple can't decide what to do with adult themed iPhone and iPad apps, as screenshots leaked out this weekend showing a section of the App Store dedicated to explicit apps. But almost as quickly as the images appeared, the sections in the App Store were gone. A similar thing happened last month when app developers noticed a new "explicit" app category, and as soon as mention of the new category was made public the category disappeared.
Screenshots after the break.
Apple's decision to ban sexual content from the App Store has brought them some hefty criticism, with many accusing them of being hypocritical by banning sexual content and yet giving favor to a select few big-name developers, like Sports Illustrated and Playboy. Now, a developer says that naughty stuff might make it's way back on, as they have found a new category for apps called "Explicit".
When a developer submits an app, they are asked to chose primary and secondary categories that best categorize their application. One developer says that a new catigory has popped up called Explicit, as you can see below:
When Apple banned sexual content from the App Store, there were a lot of mixed opinoins from people. A lot of apps were banned in the process, and it left a lot of people wondering what Apple's motives were for doing so. Four days after the chance in policy, Apple's Phil Schiller is explaining their decision to make the change.
In a major revision of App Store policy, Apple has effectively banned sexually explicit content from the App Store. According to a letter received by Jon Atherton, developer of an application called Wobble iBoobs (I bet you can't guess what it does...), Apple has removed his app from the App Store because they "have decided to remove any overtly sexual content from the App Store, which includes [his] application."