Apple Approves ‘Baby Shaker’ Game for iPhone


This incident really riles me…


Apple must approve any outside software that developers make available in their stores. So, it is they who had to apologize for “Baby Shaker,” a 99-cent iPhone game. The game asks players to see how long they can endure a baby’s cries and then shake the phone to stop the wailing.

A spokeswoman for Apple said: the game is “deeply offensive” and should not have been approved for sale.

“We sincerely apologize for this mistake.”

No. A mistake is when something is done accidentally. This was done on purpose for the almighty dollar. And now Apple is playing innocent by calling it a “mistake.”

How do you feel about this? Do you share the outrage?

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