Apparently Apple did not refuse to include gay sex apps


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As Apple violated the rules on April 6AppGratisIt is calledDelete app on App StoreThen, following the gay sexual description there is a digital comicSaga # 12Although he was calling a topic as refusing to post it in the application, comments were made by Apple's blog that there was no refusal to post by Apple. Apple has not announced an official comment, but it seems that there is a self-restraint mood in the creation side about the release of the app with AppGratis's case.

ComiXology Blog »Blog Archive Concluding the Saga # 12 saga» ComiXology Blog
http://blog.comixology.com/2013/04/10/ceo-on-saga-12-controversy/


This is the authorBrian K. VaughanWill be on April 9thMy own blogIt started out by posting that Apple refused to publish the application. Vaughan says "Because of the sexual description of two gay gays, Apple refuses to post the work and can not release the app tomorrow," all works including the scene that it was deleted from his site I was able to download it.

The following is Brian K. Vaughan's blog.

IMAGE COMICS • A Statement on Apple's Banning of SAGA # 12 from Brian K. Vaughan
http://imagecomics.tumblr.com/post/47555617614/a-statement-on-apples-banning-of-saga-12-from-brian


Apple will offer one application on the App Store a day at a free or discount price on April 6AppGratisAs being in violation of the guidelines, and for the same reason multiple applications developed by the companyIt is scheduled to be deletedBecause it is also considered, refusal to post Saga # 12 was drawing attention.


However,ComiXologyAccording to a comment announced Tuesday, the rumor that Apple refuses to post Saga # 12 is not a fact, David Steinberger of ComiXology says, "As an Apple partner we have obligation to obey Apple's policy According to these policies, we decided not to release today because Saga # 12 decided it should not be an application.If our interpretation is incorrect, Apple will refuse to post Saga # 12 If it becomes obvious, the application will be released in the near future. "

In other words, according to one incident around AppGratis, it became clear that Apple is trying to make the App Store clean and premium compared to other platforms, so the company making the application takes care of it That's why. In the future, I am wondering what happens to the app that aims at the best of Apple's policy.

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