When this all broke out a couple days ago, many (myself included) were left wondering how a company as big and successful as Apple could possible not vet their business partners. Surely if anyone had the resources to really look into Belle's story, it would be Apple. But then we heard an unexpected announcement from Apple. It turns out that they did not care about what Belle did; so long as the app worked, that was all that mattered to them. I guess that explains why they do not vet people. To Apple, the ethics and morals of the people they work with is irrelevant. The actual content of the app is not all that special. So long as it works the way an app is supposed to work, they see no reason to change anything. Got it.
Since Apple is obviously self-centered in their thinking, I thought it only fair to point something out to them: Belle was taking the piss out of Steve Jobs and his death from cancer. Just yesterday, I read that the current Apple CEO, Tim Cook, once offered to give Steve Jobs a part of his liver. Wow, that Tim Cook does not sound like just a work colleague, he sounds like he was a really good friend to Steve Jobs. I assume that Tim Cook was a first-hand witness to all the misery and suffering that Steve Jobs went through in his final days. I assume he saw a vibrant, energetic genius in a weakened and despondent state. I assume he also heard Steve Jobs say he regretted using fantasy-based medicine. But most of all I assume that Tim Cook will always mourn the loss of a very dear friend to him. Tim Cook should be that good friend once more and honor Steve Jobs' memory. He should do the right thing and sever business ties with a woman who thought everything Steve Jobs went through in his final years was a just a big joke.