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Everyone assumed that the iPhone app launched yesterday, featuring topless ladies was there with Apple’s blessing since the Apple (NSDQ: AAP…

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Everyone assumed that the iPhone app launched yesterday, featuring topless ladies was there with Apple’s blessing since the Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) added parental controls in the latest iPhone software update. Not true. TechCrunch is reporting that Apple has pulled the app, “Hottest Girls,” from its shelves, but not before everyone got excited about the new category that could potentially generate tons of money for developers.

UPDATE: TechCrunch is now reporting that the app was not pulled by Apple, but rather it was the developers who were concerned that it would crash their servers, and are simply considering it “sold out” for the time being. TechCrunch says that may be true because the page still remains in iTunes — you just can’t buy it. However, I have not been able to find the page, even after searching for “Allen Leung,” the developer. Results include three other apps, including “Hottest Guys — Sexy Shirtless Men.” It’s certainly not porn (and is rated for 12 and up). On Friday, Apple confirmed that it pulled the application from its store inappropriate content, VentureBeat reports.

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