Apple softening their stance on iOS development

Discussion in 'General Apple Chat' started by geeza23, Sep 9, 2010.

  1. geeza23

    geeza23 New Member

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  2. shashanknegi

    shashanknegi Active Member

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    Good find, sounds cool, get winterboard and stuff.
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    ChrisGonzales90 Banned

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    Change for the better I suppose. Wonder if this has to do with congress making "jailbreaking" legal.
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    tinyman392 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    This has nothing to do with jailbreaking. This has everything to do about Apple vs non-C-based languages. The original rule was that if it wasn't written in C, C++, or Objective C, it wasn't allowed. Lots of systems use non-c based languages (Unity for example, also Flash CS5). This will allow them back into the App Store. The battle with Adobe Flash CS5 is basically over.

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