You guys have heard of Apple, right? They're the ones who put out the competing MP3 player that ran the Zune into the ground (goodnight, sweet prince) and released a phone that sort of changed the way Americans connect. As of June 2014, 500 million iPhones have been sold worldwide, with one in four adult Americans carrying one. Yes, it's clear we're all infatuated with Apple—but you know what Apple's not infatuated with? SMUT.
Despite the fact nearly a quarter of the country carries a phone with the ability to bring up NSFW material at the drop of a hat, Apple's stance on pornographic material has remained strictly PG. So says the App Store Review Guidelines: "Apps containing pornographic material, defined by Webster's Dictionary as 'explicit descriptions or displays of sexual organs or activities intended to stimulate erotic rather than aesthetic or emotional feelings', will be rejected." To put it simply, pornographic laws are as outlawed as dancing from the first half of Footloose.