Over a year ago, 2K Games made the decision to pull BioShock from Apple's App Store, after it was found to be incompatible with iOS versions greater than 8.3. Previously, 2K's support site stated the removal was temporary, however, a quiet update yesterday made it clear it is, in fact, permanent.
The edit was spotted by former PocketGamer news editor Clément Renaudin, who posted a comparison of the changes via Twitter.
Oh and the URL itself still contains the words "BioShock-temporarily-removed-from-the-App-Store".
I doubt anyone lost much sleep over the original removal, let alone this new revelation, but that doesn't make 2K's rather delayed response any less interesting.
The pre-edited page stated that a patch was in the works to make the game compatible:
As of December 2015, BioShock is currently incompatible with iOS version 9 and has been temporarily removed from the App Store.
We are working to update the game as soon as possible to include iOS version 9 compatibility. Currently, if your Apple device is running iOS 8.4 or newer, you may encounter gameplay issues with BioShock.
Considering 2K pretty much slayed the various studios that worked on the BioShock franchise, getting the iOS version back up and running was probably a low priority, one that wasn't going to be expedited anytime soon.