If you need more proof that many developers are unhappy with the way Apple is treating them, check out a new site called Apple Rejected Me, where everyone can come and vent about their (unjustly) rejected iPhone app.
Of course, the entries on the site being anonymous doesn’t exactly make it a good source of reliable information; furthermore, most of the entries are jokes. From the site:
“I made a time machine app, but apparently Flux_Capacitor is a private API. ARM”
“I made an app that caused AT&T to drop a call randomly based on a 50/50 chance. Because of duplicate functionality, ARM.”
“I tried to “Think Different” but ARM.”
However, the sheer fact that such a site exists shows that something is wrong in Apple’s app approval policy, and that it needs to be fixed, fast.