By Gregory MonePosted 03.14.2008 at 3:14 pm 2 Comments
A group of independent software developers claims to be close to loosening Apples reins over the software that can run on the iPhone once and for all. Apple announced recently that it plans to start releasing software made by third party developers in June. First, though, those applications will be checked, and then sold or given away free (whichever the developer chooses) directly by Apple, either through iTunes or a virtual store on the phone itself.
But if the independent group, known as the iPhone Dev Team, has its way, that strict outline is going to be shaken up a bit.