iPhone apps that didn't make the cut

In less than a year, Apple has managed to harvest fully 50,000 mobile applications in its App Store for iPhone and iPod touch devices. Of course, that number doesn't include the many applications rejected or removed along the way. Here's a rundown of the most notable App Store rejections and controversies. Article

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