Sep 29 2008
If you’ve been watching the Mac news sites over the past few months you’ve no doubt read about how Apple is banning applications from the iTunes App Store that either directly compete with their own software or fail to provide enough usefulness in the eyes of Apple. Frankly, I think Apple has handled this very poorly and I can only hope that by the time developers gather en mass at the next WWDC that Apple has either smartened up or the developers have revolted.
Anyway, on to the shirts.
The first design was created for those developers who have worked diligently to create the best application that they are capable of only to have Apple deem the application a bit too good (better than their own). For those developers we have the Banned From The App Store T-Shirt.
The second shirt is for those that may have had their app tossed out of the App Store for being useless or managed to get it in in spite of it being useless–those with with so-called “limited utility.” The Limited Utility T-Shirt allows you to display Apple’s unjust judgement of your app for all to see…but expect to feel the rejection as you walk around in this one.
Each of these designs is available on a men’s heavyweight cotton T-shirt in black in sizes Small to XX-Large. Each sells for USD$21.90
As always, these and many more shirts and other goodies are available in The MacMerc Store. Please check out the selection there. Our designs can also be found at PleaseDress.Me, an awesome T-Shirt search engine.