Former Apple Employee Says App Reviewers Have To Wade Through Lots Of D*cks

Posted: Jul 5 2012, 12:00pm CDT | by , in Apple


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App reviwers deal with a lot of d*cks, and not developers

A former Apple employee named Mike Lee who worked for the Apple Worldwide Developer Relations team has come out and said being and app reviewer for Apple is a lousy job. According to Lee, one of the reasons the job is lousy is because the department is very understaffed. He says Apple refuses to farm this job out to a bunch of different people and the team handling all app submissions is unbelievably small.

He also says that the team is inundated with junk apps and at times a gem will be tossed out with all the waste. He also humorously states that app reviewers have to look at a lot of d*cks. Apparently a huge amount of apps are submitted each day with photos of male genitalia and the app reviewers and Apple carefully wade through all the apps to ensure a penis doesn't make it through.

Lee said, "It's a very serious problem, trying to filter out things that no one is there to see. Somebody has to sit there and filter out all those d*cks. You can't let all those d*cks get through. You have to err way on the side of safety. You have to have people sitting there looking at things that may or may not be d*cks all day long. Apple refuses to farm stuff out to massive groups of people. They insist on having actual smart, educated, well-trained people doing the job. So that means they have to have some of their actual employees sifting through a pile of d*cks."

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