Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sat 27th Jan 2007 02:07 UTC
Mac OS X A report from wireless industry analyst firm ABI Research released today proclaims that the new Apple iPhone does not fall within the firm's standard definition of a smartphone, due to restrictions Apple has placed on the phone against the inclusion of [native] third-party applications.
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phoehne
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2006-08-26

It's been a while since I developed for phones, but according to the info I used to get from RIM and Nokia, the second CPU is not accessible to you. It's a dedicated, single CPU that manages the radio and that's it. It's not really a single/dual core issue. It's as if the radio is own embedded device within the phone.

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