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Apple announces iPhone Tech Talks for developers

To cater to developers interested in creating iPhone-compatible Web 2.0 applications, Apple has announced iPhone Tech Talks, a series of five day-long developer gatherings in four major U.S. cities, spread throughout the month of August. Starting with an August 2 event at the Los Angeles Marriott, and continuing with events at the Westin San Francisco (24th), Allerton Hotel Chicago (28th), and American Conference Center in New York City (30th, 31st), the events are free to Apple Developer Connection developers and promise assistance in optimizing applications for use on iPhone. Registration is open now.

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More asinine posturing from Apple as they try to fool people into believing that Web applications are iPhone applications. Shame on Apple for keeping iPhone closed to developers and shame on them for thinking that people are too stupid to see what they’re doing.

Posted by Surf Monkey in East Amherst, NY, USA on July 19, 2007 at 4:49 AM (CDT)


So Surf Monkey, what exactly is “what they’re doing”? Do you think that they WANT to annoy developers? I agree that it’s not right for them to try to pass the web apps off as legitimate iPhone apps, but I feel they must have a good reason for not allowing them at this point in time, even if that reason isn’t the one they have publicly given.

Posted by Jon in East Amherst, NY, USA on July 19, 2007 at 9:34 AM (CDT)


Surf Monkey: would you rather that Apple offered *no* support whatsoever to anyone interested in creating apps for the iPhone?  I agree that native apps would be more desirable than Web apps, but this is better than a sharp stick in the eye, as my dad says.

Posted by celtic_elk in East Amherst, NY, USA on July 19, 2007 at 9:46 AM (CDT)

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