The story going around right now is that, in order to install iOS 8, the latest version of the operating system for iGadgets, you need to delete the Bible app.
This is not true. I upgraded my iPad OS earlier this week, and I still have the Bible on my tablet. What kind of atheist would I be, if I didn’t have the ability to reference Christian wickedness straight from their source book?
I suspect that the real problem is that the app is a poorly coded hog that eats up a heck of a lot of storage, so if you have to clear out some space, the thing you never read is the first to go. Wouldn’t want to lose the porn collection, you know, or the pages and pages of games!