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Today in Apple history: Dev defends I Am Rich, his totally useless $1,000 app

[2018-08-10 12:00:15]

August 10, 2008: The developer of I Am Rich, a pointless app that sold for a whopping $999.99, defends his notorious creation as “art.” Apple had removed I Am Rich from the App Store in the wake of controversy over the app’s outrageous price and total lack of usefulness. Its creator, German developer Armin Heinrich, ...

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