With iPhone 3.0 software release imminent, it's been recently discovered that the new OS could have features that will allow users to share their purchased applications with family and friends. Sharing is caring after all.
Apple, AT&T and several others involved have been scoped out in a
new patent infringement lawsuit, allegedly for their connection in
distributing Shazam, a music identification software distributed under
the same name for the iPhone and several other mobile devices.
iPhone OS 3.0 is still at least several weeks away from landing on our
iPhones, but developers are already hard at work on new versions of our
favorite apps that will take full advantage of every new feature--and
then some. From in-app purchases to the elusive copy and paste, many
developers have been dreaming of the APIs Apple finally released with
the latest iPhone SDK, so the ideas came fast and furious as soon as
they got their hands on it.