We already know that Apple has a tough app approval system, so it should be no surprise that they don't allow porn apps in the iTunes store. But how far is too far when regulating the kinds of apps you can buy? Apple has recently been cleaning house, and clearing out all of the apps that contain boobs, skin, or that are "sexually suggestive" in nature. This even includes images of men and women in bikinis, athletes in figure skating tights, and "skin" in general. I'm a little surprised that Apple is taking this stance, especially with magazines preparing their moves onto the iPad when it hits stores next month. I suppose Sports Illustrated and GQ are out? What's your opinion on the matter?