iPhone Apple 3G confirmed to delete the 'Hottest Girls' Porn App
Although an early statement from a porn iPhone app developers who said he was taken from the app store itself, Apple confirmed on Friday that one has to delete an app because of a violation of the requirements. The "Hottest Girls" is created with the app in the App Store debut on Thursday, and is the first app to feature full frontal nudity. Then on that day, but it disappeared from stores. "Apple will not distribute more applications that contain content that is inappropriate," the company said in a statement. "It is no longer available in the App Store." Apple accused the developer, Allen Leung, adding "inappropriate content" Leung Apple's server after it has been approved and distributed versions of the application, and after Apple has been asked to remove some comments offensive, said Apple. "This is a direct violation of the terms of an iPhone Developer Program," said Apple. Thursday in a note on a website that has been deleted, Leung said that he had "sold" from the Hottest Girls and the app has been removed from App Store because of its demand was overloading the server. He promised to return, with the naked intact, but the response given from Apple, which does not seem possible. Leung did not immediately respond to e-mail request for comment or confirmation.