Mobile internet 3.0 OS

Discussion in 'Accessories' started by iharee, Mar 30, 2009.

  1. iharee

    iharee New Member

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    ok
    so i was wondering
    now apple are allowing third parties to develop an app for any device they want to plug into the dock connector
    does this mean t-mobile, orange, vigin, 3 and so
    would they be able to make a pay monthly internet dongle
    like the ones that you can get for laptops
    because if they could it would be well worth it.
  2. Duykur

    Duykur Banned

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    note that they need to make an app first, and apple will reject it obviously.
  3. veeloc

    veeloc New Member

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    why would they reject it?
  4. danny999911

    danny999911 New Member

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    isn't it obvious? Apple want to sell more expensive iphones on contracts, rather than let ipods operate like iphones. Why would apple sell iphones on PAYG for £400 and ipod touches for £200 if they can do the same thing, apart from camera!

    Apple need to keep their operators happy because some of that contract you pay goes to apple, remember this is why they really hate jailbreaking, becuase they don't want people using different carriers. Before the app store, they didn't really give a sh*t about people putting apps on their touches, what difference did it make to them? All it meant was when you broke it they didn't have to fix it

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