That's more or less what Jacob Weisberg siad in an article he wrote for Newsweek. He raises a number of good points. Here is an excerpt:
But the most alarming aspect of Apple's vision is its censorious instinct. Where Google operates from a deep commitment to free expression—as evidenced by its heroic decision to challenge China's Great Firewall—Jobs detests an open orifice. There couldn't be a starker incident than Apple denying the editorial cartoonist Mark Fiore permission to launch an app on the grounds that it violated section 3.3.14 of Apple's (secret) iPhone developer program-license agreement, which prohibits "content that ridicules public figures."