As forum readers began to notice last night, Manomio‘s Commodore 64 emulator for the iPhone, which finally landed in the App Store a few days back after a long and rocky road, has been pulled by Apple.
Before letting the emulator into the App Store, Apple required that Manomio remove the BASIC interpreter from the application. Apparently the developer disabled BASIC rather than actually removing it. Many iPhone users found a way to activate the interpreter and, after catching wind of this, Apple pulled the app from the store.
Manomio indicates it has since submitted an updated version of the emulator that addresses the issue at hand. Let’s hope this one gets the stamp of approval from Apple and lives a long life in the App Store.