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Thread: Apple software store on iphone 2.0

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    Default Apple software store on iphone 2.0
    Will the 2.0 with the software store on it make the community to take money for the third party software and not keep it free?
    This is something that really worries me and with the software store on itunes I hope that most developers dont charge people for it.
    And frankly the installer app i hope all the software there remains free
    Last edited by WARP10CK; 2008-04-08 at 07:51 AM.

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    Well what firmware 2.0 means for everyone are better applications and more variety. The AppStore basically facilitates the distribution of more stable applications, to a wider demographic. Think of it this way, you will be able to preview entire programs before you install them. You won't have to be so careful of what you install because of Apple would have checked stability before distributing. And you won't have ridiculous load times like on Installer because programs will properly categorize by application use rather than by source in the current Installer. And if programmers wish they can still develop and post free programs via the AppStore. Although if the predictions for Apples strict application guidelines hold, most people will opt for the continued use of the Installer program in conjunction with the AppStore. More than likely people will have both the AppStore and the Installer application.
    As well with the SDK the new programs will be much more stable and properly utilize all aspects of the iPhone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gsathana View Post
    Well what firmware 2.0 means for everyone are better applications and more variety. The AppStore basically facilitates the distribution of more stable applications, to a wider demographic. Think of it this way, you will be able to preview entire programs before you install them. You won't have to be so careful of what you install because of Apple would have checked stability before distributing. And you won't have ridiculous load times like on Installer because programs will properly categorize by application use rather than by source in the current Installer. And if programmers wish they can still develop and post free programs via the AppStore. Although if the predictions for Apples strict application guidelines hold, most people will opt for the continued use of the Installer program in conjunction with the AppStore. More than likely people will have both the AppStore and the Installer application.
    As well with the SDK the new programs will be much more stable and properly utilize all aspects of the iPhone!
    Perfect.

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