Apple Loosens Grip on iPhone Development -- But is it Enough?

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I really don't understand Apple's reasoning for pulling apps such as NetShare that allow tethering since several carriers such as Canada's Rogers/Fido allow tethering on the iPhone 3G. compare insurance quotes, buy marlboro online, buy phentermine online, cheap auto insurance Also apps such as Dreamweaver's Video Recorder that allows recording MPEG4 video/audio for export is still awaiting approval by Apple for over a month. Then there's Snapture Labs "Snapture" that appears will never get approved by Apple since the developer wants to also distribute their app through Cydia on jailbroken iPhones.

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I found the article enjoyable to read. The author sheds light on the dark subject of Apple's over zealous censorship of the App Store. While I find a lot of apps in the App Store completely useless I also realize someone else may find them useful. I really don't understand Apple's reasoning for pulling apps such as NetShare that allow tethering since several carriers such as Canada's Rogers/Fido allow tethering on the iPhone 3G. Also apps such as Dreamweaver's Video Recorder that allows recording MPEG4 video/audio for export is still awaiting approval by Apple for over a month. Then there's Snapture Labs "Snapture" that appears will never get approved by Apple since the developer wants to also distribute their app through Cydia on jailbroken iPhones. Unless the app can cause serious harm to the user Apple shouldn't be censoring such apps even if the developer beats Apple to the punch by providing a missing feature.

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