Steve Wozniak just sent me this hilarious screenshot, from the wife of one of his friends. It's from the Genius Recommendations in the movie section of the iTunes Store: If you bought the PBS documentary Steve Jobs: One Last Thing you will like Hitler: A Career.
Even though the iTunes app and the Contacts app are two things the iPhone does fairly well already, Apple's patenting a tile-based view for both. Though, it's just as likely they grab the patent but don't implement this feature. [Patently Apple]
Just hours after we wrote about Tits & Boobies and Pussy Lovers, Apple removed the apps, and called the developer. Basically, if he wants to publish Tits & Boobies, he has to put real tits in it. Here's what happened:
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First shown at WWDC, the free app can extend reservations, browse available models, and find your car—on a map, or by honking the horn remotely. It's a polished effort, but you still can't forget your Zipcard. Here's why:
µMonitor is little iPhone app that lets you remotely control µTorrent back at your computer. But like Transmission's Drivetrain app, it's been banned by Apple on anti-piracy grounds. Usefully, however: Jailbreakers can still pick it up via Cydia.
According to Silicon Alley, the latest rumor in Wall Street is Apple's plan to turn the iTunes Store into a payment system like Paypal. In other words, they want you to give them money so you can buy things elsewhere.
Here you have another proof that demonstrates why Apple's iTunes App store approval process is screwed: theXchange, a new iPhone application to put people in contact to have sex, photos included. As you can imagine, the content gets extremely strong.