Here's something that should help Trent
reach a level of moderate contentment. Although we already knew that Apple was expanding its parental controls with iPhone OS 3.0
into the realm of TV shows, movies and App Store apps, a report today about the rejection of Makayama's Newspaper(s) app provides a good example at the ramifications of such alterations. According to iLounge
, it was rejected due to a picture of a topless woman under the section for UK-based tabloid The Sun
. The accompanying letter suggested a resubmission once 3.0 (and subsequently the parental controls) go public, which we take to mean that the questionable content will suddenly be okay for the App Store once it's behind the appropriate age gate. We won't know for sure until everything falls into place, but sounds like this is one part of the submission approval process that'll soon end up much less frustrating for developers.
[Via 9 to 5 Mac