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Should Apple Ban Porn Web Apps for iPhones?

| by DeepDiveAdmin

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. --- There seems to be confusion over whether Apple allows adult content on its iPhone Apps.

On June 26, the media reported that "The Hottest Girls" application was removed from the Apple iTunes App Store because it contained "inappropriate content."

But the makers of iPorn want to set the record straight: "The iPorn web application that
delivers free X-rated videos to iPhone users over the age of 18 is still
available even as Apple bans adult content from its iTunes App
Store."

The company that makes the mobile
iPorn site says it has attracted over 45,000 registered
users already. One site has proclaimed that iPorn "is the best reason to upgrade to
an iPhone 3GS."

iPorn claims it is the first adult mobile web app developed using Apple specifications
to take advantage of iPhone's unique multi-touch and accelerometer motion
sensing display innovations and benefits from the faster processor available for
the new iPhone 3GS.

"The makers of
the iPorn web application never sought to deceive Apple," a company statement said. "Instead iPorn was
developed as a web application that can be obtained by users over the age of 18
through their iPhone web browser for free without having to purchase it through
Apple's iTunes App store and bypasses Apple's ability to censor content from the
iPhone."

Should Apple ban adult content on its iPhones?