Friday, April 9, 2010

iPhone OS 4 SDK

Apple decided that you can only use OS specific features if you don't use any other API, as well as only in the languages they want and according to specific guidelines given by Apple.
http://www.engadget.com/2010/04/08/apples-iphone-lockdown-apps-must-be-written-in-one-of-three-la
WTF?

Luckily I don't want to develop for the iPhone. In fact, I don't even have an iPhone. Well, I don't own any product made by Apple.
I might get an Android at some point though. <3 Google :3

3 comments:

AgeNt_ said...

you should totally dev for the windows phone http://gizmodo.com/5513871/how-to-try-windows-phone-7-right-now

z33ky said...

Or I go with Googles Android, which is an open source platform :)
That is a plus, because then not only Microsoft has the control of which phones their OS will support.

You can also put the Android OS on a Windows Phone.

Anonymous said...

yawn