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Apple rejects app with photos of Black Peter in App Store
Apple has rejected an application in which children could Sinterklaas and Black Peter, claiming the makers of the app on the picture. The software company from Cupertino would find the black made-up characters in the app ‘offensive’.
Brand Cams, that the application developed for the company behind the TV program, The Club of St Nicholas, was told that the application was not accepted to the App Store because of the “offensive content” from Apple. The application is not allowed in the App Store as long as there is still to be seen, Black Peter has an Apple stated versus Brand Cams. The news was first brought by Morning Netherlands.
With SintCam application were children in the picture with Santa Claus and several helpers, but the helpers of Sinterklaas will now be removed. From the application That’s already happened with the Android version of the app, which – including images – it managed to get through the balloting Google. “We have the app now resubmitted to Apple,” said Andre van Wijhe Brand Cams.
The claim of Fire Cams is striking: there are in the App Store now to find that pictures of Zwarte Piet processed for several applications. “Maybe the rejection by the recent fuss about Zwarte Piet,” Van Wijhe. Recently caused consternation about the potentially racist nature of the Sinterklaas tradition. Apple is known for its cautious policy of access to the App Store. The company was not available for comment.
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