Cigar Aficionado

Editors' Note: Shame on Apple

Cigar smokers’ First Amendment rights denied
Right now around 700 million people around the world are using an iPhone. Both of us have iPhones of our own. But lately, looking at our screens makes us sad. That’s because Apple doesn’t believe in the First Amendment, doesn’t believe in free speech. The company, one of the largest on the planet, has declared war on cigar smokers. It banned Cigar Aficionado’s Where to Smoke app from its store on October 30.  Where to Smoke, which we created in 2015, is a free, informational app, which points our readers to more than 2,600 cigar shops, cigar bars and other cigar-friendly venues. In a world where fewer and fewer places allow you to enjoy a fine cigar, it’s a valuable …
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