“An application that allows iPhone users to wobble a pair of breasts has been rejected by Apple’s application store, denying iPhone geeks the nearest thing to sex they’ll get this holiday season,” Bill Ray writes for The Register.
MacDailyNews Take: It’s amazing, but Bill knows the intimate details of all 18-20 million iPhone users’ ostensibly sex-free lives. We iPhone users are like the Shakers: we’re constantly recruiting new users. Not having to take care of babies and children gives us all more time to download apps and, of course, to tweet.
Ray continues, “The application was rejected on the grounds of ‘objectionable content,’ though with the caveat: ‘If you believe that you can make the necessary changes so that iBoobs does not violate the iPhone SDK Agreement we encourage you to do so.'”
Ray writes, “Apple is, of course, missing a trick here: a small tweak (ahem) would allow the most enthusiastic vibration to cause the Bulgarian airbags to burst their restraints. Even the rumour of such a feature would no doubt sell a lot of replacement iPhones – in fact, a rumour might work better.”
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz” and “Carl H.” for the heads up.]