If it's true, then: 1. Why did Steve mention it had Cocoa and Core Animation if we can't code for it and use it? 2. It's just a booth attendant, what would he know? 3. If it doesn't support third party apps, it WILL be hacked to do so. Hell, they got linux on the iPod. They can get third party apps on the iPhone if need be. As for not being able to access the hardware at a low enough level - that's what we thought before we found APMonitorMode. If not, there's always active mode. Hell, they got a stumbler on the PSP! We can get one on the iPhone. As for a GPS, it's got Bluetooth, if we can sort out the issues with a few BT GPSes (a lot of them are kinda dodgily conforming to the bluetooth spec, and OS X doesn't handle them well), we could use a Bluetooth GPS. A widget version of KisMac could be made too, i'm firing up Dashcode now. On 1/10/07, Thomas Kollbach <toto@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
The question is just if there will be any custom apps besides widgets on the iPhone. I personally think that it will happen, but others are more doubtfull ( http://www.tuaw.com/2007/01/09/iphone-will-not-allow-user-installable-applications/ ).