Is the iPhone open to developers?

ie iphone from elliot hack dot comThis is the question.

i think that initially Apple had a very go-all-out-alone approach and didn’t think it was going to open the iPhone to 3rd party developers. And then the business community called. The fact is that the iPhone was initially marketed as an all-in-one communication device for the upper end user, not upper end business, or enterprise users. This has changed with the unprecedented buzz, and Apple, again sees an opportunity for buco bucks. i bet it sells the apps through iTunes. Macnn goes on to say…

The iPhone fever built by Apple and its much adored chief exec has caused some anxiety in Apple execs ahead of the much-anticipated launch on June 29th. The massive interest and the immense attention may lead some to be disappointed with the first generation of Apple’s iPhone, according to the The New York Times. “The anticipation, which is intense even by Jobsian standards, has led to some quiet, behind-the-scenes anxiety at Apple. Some Apple executives worry privately that expectations for the one-button phones may be too high and that first-generation buyers will end up disappointed.” MORE.

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One Response to Is the iPhone open to developers?

  1. Terrance M. says:

    This is a very good point. Several actually. The enterprise user market is growing with the population and small business owners. I look to get an iPhone, I just cross my fingers that they relinquish control to 3rd party apps. I enjoy reading the thunk different perspective, you always have new something to say.

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