El gran manzano

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En los últimos años, Apple está llevando a cabo prácticas empresariales totalmente contrarias a los derechos de los consumidores. Como cada vez son más frecuentes, y se van produciendo de manera constante, he decidido hacer una pequeña recopilación al respecto.

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Las nuevas reglas de la tienda de Apple

Mobile Crunch publica: Over 5000 apps stricken from the Apple app store, new rules in place.

El acuerdo secreto con los desarrolladores de iPhone

Wired: Apple’s Secret iPhone Developer Agreement Goes Public.

Prohibición de usar ciertos lenguajes y/o herramientas en el iPhone OS

Ars Technica: Apple takes aim at Adobe... or Android?.

Ars Technica: Apple's wager.

Una cita interesante (fuente: Steve Jobs’ response on Section 3.3.1:

Many (if not most) developers do not view a company that is blatantly trying to “lock them in” favorably. It is not a virtue that people respect. If I were to write an app for the iPhone, I would choose the tools that I deemed “the best”, voluntarily, and that probably means I’ll use Objective-C and Xcode. But the notion that those are the only tools that I’m allowed to use scares me, and it seems, many others.

Aplicación para iPad rechazada

iPad app rejected by Apple, made open source instead.

Sincronización por WiFi rechazada

Wi-Fi Sync app rejected by Apple, headed to Cydia for $9.99.

BitTorrent, la palabra maldita

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