Almost as soon as the iPad was shown in Steve Jobs’ hands back in late January, speculation ran rampant about whether or not some of the stock iPhone applications were missing in action, or simply consolidated into some kind of secret “widget mode.”
While most developers won’t hesitate for a moment to sign Apple’s iPhone Developer Program License Agreement in blood to have even a piece of the App Store action, a new legal analysis reveals some disturbing reasons as to why you might want to think twice.
It may be called “iPhone OS,” but that doesn’t mean that Apple plans to stop with the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad -- a new report suggests more devices with the questionably named operating system may be yet to come.
It’s no secret that Apple has had an often-tumultuous relationship with some of its App Store developers, but in recent weeks they’ve been making an effort to mend fences, which includes a new survey asking developers if they’re happy with the way things are being run.
After a decade of guesswork and anticipation, it was almost a given that
the magical unicorn we now know as the iPad could never be as good as
the wild visions conjured up by our minds and the media/rumor sites.
We contacted publishers and developers to get thier take on the newest Apple product.