Surprisingly Apple has dropped the iPhone developer NDA today. Although one has to wonder if this might be a move to try and stop the flow of bad PR lately towards iPhone developers from the Cupertino company that is well known for being a control freak.
And with Adobe now saying they are waiting on Apple to approve the Flash player for the iPhone it will be intersting to see how this all works out. If Apple really is turning down applications to the iTunes App Store because they compete with Apple’s offerings then in theory I’d expect them to turn down the Flash player because it competes with Apple offerings, however if they did turn it down there would be a big backlash I think and serious repercussions for Apple’s new baby platform’s future…can anyone say anti-competitive practices and double standards…
Read more via the link below about the dropping of the NDA.
(Via The Mac Observer.)