Originally Posted by Dick Applebaum
This is a fantastic improvement. Until today, a developer needed at least 2 different SDKs-- one for the iPad (3.2) and another for all the iPhones and iPod Touches.
Now, finally we...
Originally Posted by DaHarder
I guess you missed the part where they clearly stated that this 'rumored' 7 inch iPad would have the exact same (1024 x 768) screen resolution/aspect ratio of the 9.7 inch version, and the loss of...
Originally Posted by Carmissimo
Hpw would a Touch with the same resolution as the iPhone Retina display but a larger screen, work out. Would iPhone apps work on a Touch with that set-up without mods?
They'd look and work pretty...
Of all of these, the 7" iPad seems the least probable.
I'm an iPhone/iPad developer, so I have some experience with what's involved in programming these things. One of the key differences between iPhone and say, Android is that iOS...
Originally Posted by MacTel
I guess I'm looking for a programmers review of Xcode 4.0. How does Objective C compare with Java and C#. What's new between Xcode 4.0 and Xcode 3.2 besides the interface changes. Are there any new...
Originally Posted by mdriftmeyer
This is just a natural extension.
Originally Posted by Arthur_Klok
Open and standard is always better than closed and proprietary.
Actually, well-designed single-vendor software is invariably better than committee-designed open source software.
The two aren't...
Originally Posted by Amdahl
Apple is guaranteeing they will not be the industry standard platform, once again.
Are you kidding me? Adobe is jumping for joy. Apple just removed themselves as a real contender for vertical...
It seems like a silly disincentivization to charge people $100/year to make their software available for free. It will also encourage AdWare. I hope they change this. Thoughts?
I doubt that they will. I can understand $99 can...
Originally Posted by melgross
You only have to pay the $99 if you apply for publication. Otherwise it's free. I think that if your app is free, Apple waives the fee.
It's really not a good idea to talk with authority about...