Oct 01

After quite some time Apple finally decided to lift the iPhone developers NDA. This is great news and I’m pretty sure that due to the lifting of this NDA, some developer will be more then happy to teach other people how to code for the iPhone or iPod Touch. The official statement Apple released is :
» Apple Lifts iPhone Developer Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA)

Sep 24

Recently, we’ve seen many applications that have been rejected by Apple due to various reasons, whether it be for uselessness or duplication of another iPhone feature. Well, now all of the rejection letters sent from Apple are under a Non-Disclosure Agreement, which means none of the contents may be shown or told to anyone other than the recipient of the email. This is most likely to protect Apple’s integrity when rejecting applications. » Non-Disclosure Agreement now covers app rejection emails