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Keith Andrew | 18:00 - 8 May 2013
Ouriel - You say "Apple applies it as they please", but then suggest people shouldn't be confused by that. Don't you see the huge contradiction there?
That'd be like Judges sending some people to jail for murder, but letting others off, and then complaining when the press covered the inconsistency.
It's our responsibility as the games press to shine some light on what's happening here.
Yes, ultimately, it's Apple's decision what apps get through and what don't, but when thousands of business depend on those decisions and Apple itself is so reluctant to offer clarification, it's our job to fill that gap.
Get off your high horse and stop criticising sites that dare to question Apple's approach.
Ouriel Ohayon | 12:59 - 8 May 2013
There is only one rule: it has not changed unlike what you have written. Apple applies it as they please based on what they considered "confusing or similar to the app store". No need to be confused or confuse those who read you. The rule is general enough so Apple can have the margin to include what they want in it.
There is no point in making a headline every time something will or won't happen according to what you guys believe is the rule or how it should be written.
And the developers who believe that being approved is being approved for life should think twice. It's a store. Not a public courtyard.
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