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(keitai-l) Re: iPhone

From: Nick May <nick_at_cogitoltd.com>
Date: 06/12/08
Message-Id: <B612D3B9-89F2-49DC-BE64-8635EA469EC2_at_cogitoltd.com>
The iphone 3g hardware is pants - but the platform (iphone 2.0) looks  
interesting. I think this hardware is a "placeholder" to get the  
platform up and running. The really nice stuff will use  PA produced  
chips. (Likely future use of the PA chips is indicated by a throwaway  
line from Jobs quoted at second hand on the Register.)

This is quite interesting.

http://weblog.infoworld.com/enterprisemac/archives/2008/06/wwdc_2008_and_i.html


Apple uses software  to drive hardware - always had done. In the short  
term it may tank, but in the medium to long term it will do well.


Nick

On Jun 12, 2008, at 4:13 PM, Curt Sampson wrote:

> On 2008-06-11 17:40 -0700 (Wed), William Volk wrote:
>
>> [Java on the iPhone is] not going to happen. Sun made some noises,  
>> but
>> the iPhone SDK EULA prohibits creating runtime interpreters etc.
>
> Yeah. That and other things make me wonder how well the iPhone will  
> really do.
> This article I found fairly insightful:
>
>  http://www.businessweek.com/globalbiz/content/dec2007/gb20071220_152247.htm
>
> cjs
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Received on Thu Jun 12 11:53:59 2008