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The New Apple iOS Briefly Featured a GIF of Hardcore Oral Sex (NSFW)

NOTE: This story is NSFW as fuck.

You can now buy the new Apple iPhone 7 (whoopty shit), and the new Apple iPhone operating system (iOS 10) has a feature allowing text message users the ability to quickly search the web for images and animated GIFs, kinda like Facebook messenger. But unlike Facebook messenger, iOS 10 didn’t thoroughly filter their search results (they run through the Microsoft search engine Bing) — so while they blocked results for words like “boobs”, “penis” and “dong”, they didn’t initially filter results for “butt” or “huge”, both of which turned up quite porny results.

Note that we said “porny” and not “pony”, because the “butt” results initially offered up a pervy image of a My Little Pony character Fluttershy — “a female Pegasus pony” who “lives in a small cottage near the Everfree Forest and takes care of animals” — bending over and slowly lowering her green panties to reveal her a (thankfully) anatomically INcorrect look at her parted buttcheeks — Jesus H. Christ. It’s a children’s show for crap’s sake. Ick.

So now when you type in “butt”, you get nothing. Thanks a lot, Fluttershy.

Less creepy but twice as unexpected, typing in “huge” brought up an animated GIF of a woman sucking a huge dick — we’re talking about a dong at least four-hands long. While a giant cock isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when WE think about huge things (body builders, skyscrapers, tanks), it does certainly fit the definition — heck, that’s the only thing it fits.

 

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Unsurprisingly, Apple has now blocked “huge” from its search results too. Doesn’t surprise us really — children use iPhones, so it wouldn’t do to have monster schlong appearing by accident on its chat. Also, Apple is super skittish about any “adult content” in general, even going to far as to block sexually themed LGBTQ comics from its iBooks section.

  • Kevin Bradley

    Not filtering search results is NOT the same as “featuring” a picture in an OS release. Your headline makes it sound like this was in the wallpaper for the home screen. A person would have to expend effort to get this GIF, not just download iOS 10.