UPDATE— And That’s Why They’re Called Rumors Seems we all got taken in just a bit last week. According to a new post at MacRumors it seems that the entire story was a fabrication. And it isn’t even April 1st yet… ——————————————————————————————————- Last week we reported that software developer Tiny-Code had revealed they were working […]
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Thou Shalt Not Break The Apple NDA…


UPDATE— And That’s Why They’re Called Rumors

Seems we all got taken in just a bit last week.

According to a new post at MacRumors it seems that the entire story was a fabrication.

And it isn’t even April 1st yet…

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Last week we reported that software developer Tiny-Code had revealed they were working with the iPhone SDK and would therefore no longer develop or support the programs they had been delivering via Installer.app.

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It was great news for all of us anxiously awaiting the GetOutOfJail Free Day for iPhone 3rd Party applications.

Apparently that is not the case, however. No, it isn’t because the SDK has been delayed or cancelled.

Rather, it is because…

…according to a post over at MacRumors Tiny-Code is off the project.

That’s right, if the postings in the MacRumors forums are to be believed, admitting they had a copy of the SDK for the up and coming firmware 1.1.4 broke their NDA with Apple. Oooops!

The penalty?

They will no longer be involved in firmware beta testing, got slapped on the wrist and had to write “I Will Not Break My Non-Disclosure Agreement With Apple” 1000 times on their iMac Screen.

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Oh, and they got sent to bed without dessert too. Off the project AND no fruit cup. Now that hurts!

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