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Topic # 24907 6-Aug-2008 13:31
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It's kinda legit scam hahaha :). I can't save myself from laughing.... Be careful don't click on Buy button.

http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=287116612&mt=8

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  Reply # 154639 6-Aug-2008 14:04
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ha download it with a visa or mastercard that has no money, (and on prepay) then when apple goes to charge it, it will not be able to take the funds lol.

Wonder if anyone would buy it, also I wonder if apple will pull it off

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  Reply # 154660 6-Aug-2008 15:22
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I wonder if the chick from naked news has brought one?




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Reply # 154865 7-Aug-2008 09:50
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The application was removed but here are the reviews.

This actually shows something about how closed the whole iPhone environment is. There are lots of cases of developers complaining about their applications being in the approval waiting list, while this stupidity is allowed to go live in the store.




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  Reply # 154866 7-Aug-2008 09:57
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freitasm: The application was removed but here are the reviews.

This actually shows something about how closed the whole iPhone environment is. There are lots of cases of developers complaining about their applications being in the approval waiting list, while this stupidity is allowed to go live in the store.


And it has now become apparent that Apple have the Abililty to remotely disable apps too

http://www.macrumors.com/2008/08/06/apples-ability-to-deactivate-malicious-app-store-apps/

I guess the question is what else did people sign on for when they downloaded things from the App store??

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Reply # 154988 7-Aug-2008 16:03
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I pondered why Apple let this bad-gem sneak in (given they have a thorough process that took ages for other useful apps to appear) at first place. Totally unimpressed ! 

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