>> If it's simply an oversight, will Google be required to rewrite its app?
Apple needs to either publish the API, remove the rule, or remove the Google app as an example. Any other action is hypocritical.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
What's up with all the google apps on the Iphone anyway. Don't they have a competing platform.
im not suprised at apple's reaction. apple is very anti-hacker, and anti-anything other than apple. btw bob, google doesnt have a platform really... they back android, and they also backed iphone (they had maps, youtube, and im sure im missing some other stuff). google wants an "open standard" on everything. this is why they bid in the fcc broadcast auction for the frequencies which are in use by current normal t.v.. google just wants everything open platform so google can develop and put its own apps there. which is a good thing, and a bad thing. while i love all the features of google, it will also block the smaller developers out in the long run (its harder to develop solid apps against a giant like google who has so much more resources).
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