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Old June 5, 2010, 10:13 AM
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Originally Posted by chriskwarren View Post
That is what I dislike about Apple right now. It would not be fair for the govt to change the rules after the fact, but Apple did just this.

Apple changed the rules on iPhone/iPad developers after the fact, by banning apps not weren't made using Apple's development software. If they came out right away and said 'you must use our dev tools' that is one thing, but changing the rules after the fact is pulling the rug out from underneath developers.
Well that is called a legal contract. If the developers in question dislike or disagree with all the terms of the contract they just have to not sign it.

They can't change the rule, that clause was in the contract. Again, that falls in the "not well informed" category.
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