Digital Playground Offers iPhone Porn

Someone is excited about the iPhone...

By on June 28th, 2007 11:01 GMT
It looks like the skepticism regarding the iPhone has pretty much flown out the window and everyone is rushing to get iPhone-ready services out the door. Surprisingly enough, amongst these first of many services is mobile porn.

Digital Playground has announced an early alliance to Apple's iPhone with over 150 full-length trailers available, for immediate download. The content, which is suitable both for the iPhone and iPods is transmitted as a podcast, that those interested can subscribe to from the company's website. Digital Playground has also teamed up with Adult DVD Empire to offer complete hard-core scenes for iPhone.

Jeff Rix, Founder of Adult DVD Empire says, "We're thrilled to offer the first adult content for iPhone. This is a perfect partnership for us, and we're proud to be on board with Digital Playground." Mike Barry, Director of Adult Operations says, "It only makes sense that the first iPhone adult content is available from Digital Playground, they are always one step ahead of the game. This is a huge step forward in adult entertainment, and as time goes on I believe that the demand for mobile content will skyrocket."

Joone, founder of Digital Playground and Director / Creator of Pirates and Island Fever is excited about the release of iPhone. "Offering our content to iPhone users is the next logical step and Adult DVD Empire is the only E-tail site equipped to take on a project of this size. We have forged a wonderfully symbiotic business relationship based on our shared love of new technologies and I am excited to debut this service to our loyal customers." Digital Playground President Samantha Lewis is in awe. "I'm so honored to know that Digital Playground is the first AGAIN. I'd like to thank all of our friends at Apple and Adult DVD Empire for their combined efforts to see this through."

When the first video capable iPod came out, it took the pornographic industry a while to start preparing content for it, but with the iPhone, it looks like they are first in line.

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