Macworld’s Editor-in-Chief Jason Snell has just been rebuffed by the App Store. According to his Twitter feed, Snell’s reference guide to the Apple handset has been rejected for — get this — actually having the word “iPhone” in the title. Was it to avoid confusion with Apple’s own onboard apps or other functions (none of which actually include the phone name)? Or was he just snubbed? After all, NYT’s David Pogue got his book, iPhone: The Missing Manual, approved.
Who knows? I've stopped trying to apply any sort of logic to the App Store approvals process.