MacJury #822: Developer Reaction and Frustration Over Rejected iPhone Apps

The iPhone App Store recently rejected Podcaster, an application that lets users manage and even download podcasts over the air on their iPhones. The MacJury discusses the iPhone developer community’s alarmed response, their questioning of Apple’s rationale, and what it may mean for the future of iPhone development. Are there good reasons for Apple’s position? Is a jailbreak iPhone market in the offing? What can Apple do to resolve this issue? All these questions and more are answered by the panel of:

Dave Hamilton Paul Kafasis Dave Nanian Fraser Speirs Chuck Joiner


Chuck Joiner on Twitter

Dave Hamilton

The Mac Observer

Backbeat Media

The Mac Geek Gab

Dave Hamilton on Twitter

Paul Kafasis

Rogue Amoeba

Paul Kafasis on Twitter

Dave Nanian

Shirt Pocket Software

Dave Nanian on Twitter

Fraser Speirs

Connected Flow

Fraser Speirs on Twitter

Exposure in the iPhone App Store

Exposure Premium in the iPhone App Store

FlickrExport for iPhoto by Connected Flow

FlickrExport for Aperture by Connected Flow

Aperture to Final Cut Pro by Connected Flow

FlickrExport Lite for Aperture by Connected Flow

App Store: I’m Out by Fraser Speirs on his blog

I Am Rich

Null River – makers of NetShare

A Bridge Too Far by Paul Kafasis on Inside iPhone on the O’Reilly web site

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