iPhone again

Colin Holgate coiin at rcn.com
Sat Oct 11 12:45:03 EDT 2008

On Oct 11, 2008, at 11:09 AM, Andre Garzia wrote:

>> As for App Store considerations, a lot of people use tools like Rev  
>> for
>> making things for themselves. You can publish iPhone apps to your  
>> own iPhone
>> without having to get it approved by Apple.
> No you can't. I have an iPhone and the SDK and the latest revision of
> everything. You can't upload to the iPhone without an account (USD 99)
> with apple, it will not sign the software and it will refuse to
> upload.

You may have misread what I said. I was talking about the App Store.  
To get an app sold on the App Store it has to go through approval. To  
get it to work on your own phone you only have to have the  
provisioning files you paid for. When I said above "having to get it  
approved by Apple", the "it" was the application, not "you" the  

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