The geniuses at Apple are keeping its iJunk safe from news about robotic death raining from the sky:
Begley said that Drones+ was rejected twice by Apple on technical grounds since he first submitted it to the Cupertino, California-based maker of iPhones, iPads, iPods and Macintosh computers in July.
A third rejection came this week, according to Begley, with Apple informing him that Drones+ would not be allowed in the App Store because many people were likely to find the content objectionable.
iJunk apps don’t download themselves and force users to run them.
Apparently, in Apple world, robotic death raining from the sky is quite acceptable, thank you, so long as no one learns of it on iJunk.