iPhone SDK Could Limit Developers, Keychain Flaw and Safari Has a Secret

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iPhone SDK Could Limit Developers, Keychain Flaw and Safari Has a Secret

 

iPhone SDK restrictions: According to iLounge sources familiar with the iPhone SDK road map, Apple could keep a short leash on iPhone/iPod touch development. Not surprisingly, the sources tell iLounge that the iTunes Store will serve as the application hub where users can buy and download applications. The potentially bad news is that Apple will formally approve or deny all SDK-based applications for the devices. Also, developers will be unable to utilize the dock connector in their software. This would hamper car connection and GPS solutions. Worst news of all, the full SDK might not be ready until June.

 

Freaks on a digital leash: The incredibly expensive iRish iPhone should have "Apple freaks queuing at the door when we launch." according to O2 Ireland chief executive, Danuta Gray. We're not sure freak is a term of endearment.

 

OS X Keychain flaw: Apple has confirmed the existence of a OS X subsystem flaw that stores Keychain information in DRAM. Apple plans on rectifying the situation with an upcoming software update. Until then, stare at your recently turned off computer for a few minutes to give DRAM contents time to decay.

 

Apple Schools Dell: Apple has become the notebook maker of choice in the US higher education market according to Apple COO, Tim Cook. The move displaced previous notebook leader, Dell who should just sell the company and give all the proceeds back to the shareholders.

 

Safari's super-secret code: According to Firefox developer, Vladimir, the Safari WebKit hosts "over 100 private OS-Secrets-only-WebKit-Knows." Some of these secrets give Safari the ability to blast through webpage redraws and may reveal Safari's secret identity.

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"........who should just sell the company and give all the proceeds back to the shareholders."
Nice one. Suck it, Michael.

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Yeah, c'mon, why didn't you guys change the magazine name from Mac Addict to Mac Freak? or Mac | Freak
derp.

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