Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sat 8th Mar 2008 19:07 UTC, submitted by Moochman
Apple El Reg reports: "Less than a day after Apple unveiled its much-discussed iPhone SDK, Sun Microsystems has told the world it will build a Java Virtual Machine for Steve Job's handheld status symbol. 'We're very excited,' Eric Klein, Sun's vice president of Java marketing, told the The Reg. 'We've spent the last 24 hours furiously looking through what information was made publicly available, and we feel comfortable enough at this point on the information we have to commit the engineering resources to bring the JVM over to the iPhone and the iTouch as fast as our schedules and Apple's release schedule will allow.'" Sun plans to distribute the JVM free of cost via the App store.
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But will Apple allow it?
by optimusg4 on Sat 8th Mar 2008 21:32 UTC
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SDK Section 3.3.2: An Application may not itself install or launch other executable code by any means.


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RE: But will Apple allow it?
by maxx_730 on Sun 9th Mar 2008 18:39 in reply to "But will Apple allow it?"
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A possible way to circumvent this might be to bundle the JVM with every Java app. Wouldn't be a pretty solution though.

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