Apple founder and CEO Steve Jobs openly admits to experimenting with LSD in his youth. Apparently, Appleâ€™s SVP of Worldwide Product Marketing Phil Schiller is high on crack. According to Schiller, developers are happy with the iPhone’s app approval process.
Most are approved and some are sent back to the developer. In about 90% of those cases, Apple requests technical fixesâ€”usually for bugs in the software or because something doesnâ€™t work as expected, Schiller says. Developers are generally glad to have this safety net because usually Appleâ€™s review process finds problems they actually want to fix, he says.
Oh really, Phil? So Facebook developer Joe Hewitt is happy that you’re setting “a horrible precedent for other software platforms”? So Google is happy that you lied about the rejection of the Google Voice iPhone app?
Seriously Phil, lay off the drugs. They’re frying your brain. I don’t know who’s more deluded: you or Carol Bartz.
Originally posted on November 23, 2009 @ 6:42 am