iOS 4.0 Devs have Acess to Stock Apps?

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  1. QuAcKeRz13

    QuAcKeRz13 New Member

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    When 4.0 was announced, it was stated that the developers have acess to apples 'stock apps' like Photos, Safari, Clock, etc. My question is what would companies do to these stock apps? What would they update/change? Ideas, etc.
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    Ability to add more toys to them. Could they import .gif images?!
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    Huh? Can you link it? This would mean that Apple relesed source code to stock apps :> Thats hard to belive
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    Stock apps? Well, they can integrate their apps with, say Maps. Urbanspoon is an example.
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    Maybe now the devs can remove the preinstalled apps
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    It will more than likely be just the ability to integrate these app functions in their apps like the maps app inside theirs
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    QuAcKeRz13 New Member

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    Alright. It would be sweet if devs could possibly input more alarm sounds, or various things like that.
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    "Access to stock apps" is more like "Ability to interface with stock apps".

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