[OT] (totally OT) on iPhone eQuality and iStupidities

Robert Mann rman at free.fr
Sun May 16 21:53:15 EDT 2010

Dear Steve,

As the iconic defender of the highest possible quality in software, I wanted
to express my sympathy and full support.

However, I just faced an unconfortable evening in front of my 10 year old
son, 9 year old daughter and beloved wife : they came accross the "Love
Champion" iphone app that YOU market on YOUR store.

This application claims you can easily time your love intercourse, compare
your performances locally, within your town, and across the world. This has
raised numerous questions from my children, anxiety to my wife and strange
behaviour of my son (he asked for a penis-muscular course to compete). i'm
now suffering severe sexual disconfort with my wife, who, I assume could at
last compare my performance, worldwide.
Many thanks Steve, I hope you will never suffer like this from YOUR apps!

I also happen to have lost 6 months investment in developping an iPhone app
on runrev mobile platform which you banned from YOUR apple store recently.
Many thanks, again.

I am now suffered severe desolation syndrom in the view of asking my banker
a supplementary loan to move over to the Android platform.

The application I was working on, was dedicated to old people who could use
an iTablet to keep in touch with each others and their families. This is a
growing problem in France maybe it is too in US.

Your recent iapps policy makes no sense to me.
I wish you would reconsider what is quality for apps,
and how the app store should aim for quality.

I humbly suggest you bring the iStupidity issue, on top priority,
way above the technical qualities issues you raised against runrev.

Faith lessly, yours,

p.s. feel free to copy this letter sent to Steve Jobs today.

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