Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 12th Jun 2007 01:16 UTC
Apple When Steve Jobs mentioned a few weeks ago that there will be "some sort of app development" for the iPhone, everyone assumed he meant widgets. Widgets are less powerful than native applications, and depending on the underlying OS hooks offered, they can be even less powerful than J2ME apps. But when Jobs came out today to outright sell us Web 2.0 and said that "no SDK required", I felt cheated.
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Did I hear wrong?
by bubbayank on Tue 12th Jun 2007 06:46 UTC
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Or did Jobs say that you could integrate with address books and other apps on the phone? The OpEd claims no, but I'm sure I at least heard that you could access the address book...

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