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Then they should have started last August.

Posted by: Anonymous [ip: 17.202.40.209] on April 17, 2008 06:39 AM
"The source code to a comprehensive iPhone application alone may reveal enough proprietary information for others to be able to write iPhone apps without agreeing to Apple's license. This is precisely what they are trying to avoid."

Then they should have started last August. Now it's too late; there's already plenty of third party documentation, ass well as compilation tools and tools for loading the software on the iPhone.

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