School Shootings iPhone App Approved By Apple

Posted By Ben Goulding, 20 July, 2009 | permalink

Zombie School. Image: techcrunchAn iPhone application that promotes school shootings has been approved by Apple.

iPhone applications are available to download through the iTunes store or directly off the cellphone itself, however this isn’t the first time Apple has struck controversy over its application acceptance policy.

This Zombie School application lets users turn their classmates or teachers into zombies and then gives them the option of using a machine gun, bow or grenades to kill them. Surely Apple should have noticed that this was not in good taste…

This is not a joking matter and Apple should show some maturity and common sense here. What message does this send out to the millions of children who have access to this application? Sort yourself out Apple.


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