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Submission + - Apple loves developers but hates and Philip K. Dick's novels

lesincompetent writes: We all heard our fair share of kafkian AppStore rejection stories but this might be a new low for Apple. This developer had his app rejected just because it dared mention Philip K. Dick's famous sci-fi novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? ; the problem of course being the word "android" which apparently caused the Apple's reviewer(s) to pass out.

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