[Geowanking] iPhone App Development
tobias.spaltenberger at gmail.com
Fri Jan 12 01:10:11 PST 2007
It seems that 3rd party applications are not wanted on the iPhone:
"In an interview with the New York Times, Steve Jobs confirms reports
that the recently-announced iPhone will not allow third party
applications to be installed. According to Jobs, 'These are devices
that need to work, and you can't do that if you load any software on
them.' In a similar vein, Jobs said in a MSNBC article that,
'Cingular doesn't want to see their West Coast network go down
because some application messed up."
Am 11.01.2007 um 21:52 schrieb Reno Marioni:
> There has been no mention of implications for app developers to
> create apps for
> the iPhone. Surely, this is running a stripped down version of OS
> X Leopard.
> Will the advent of Dashcode for mobile widget development and
> Mobile OS X
> Leopard, enable Apple to open up for developers. It would be very
> unwise to have a closed system.
> It is also going to be very interesting on what and how Apple will
> open this up (APIs) and I hope
> they don't close this like the iPod was (but that was not running
> OS X). I hope Apple
> addresses developers soon and open up an ecosystem and coherent
> plan for developers
> Thoughts? Did anyone go to any of the MacWorld developer talks?
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