Stop Complaining about Apple and the App Store
This week there have been several stories on the blogsphere ( here , here , and here , for example) which consist of developers complaining that Apple has rejected an iPhone application that they submitted to be part of the App Store in iTunes, or because they believe that the process for submitting an application is too cumbersome. At least two of these have been because Apple believes the applications would be competitive with a product or feature set that Apple already has in the iPhone. This has, in turn, devolved into a chorus of voices ( Ryan Block for example ) exclaiming the virtues of openness and transparency, along with opining on the evils of Apple's terms of service for iPhone developers. To all those who are annoyed at Apple here is what I have to say to you: Get Off Your High Horse.
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