Steve Jobs calls to console developer whose app is rejected for the Apple iPad
It seems that the developer had used a non-public API when putting together his program because he needed for the on-screen QWERTY keyboard to disappear after the user was done typing. After talking with the CEO, Arumugam revised his program, removed the non-pubkic API and replaced it with one that met Apple's requirements and the program was accepted into the App Store.
As we have seen in the past, Steve Jobs does have a reputation as a person who does get around to reading his e-mails although trying to authenticate his responses has been hard to do.
1. nak1017 (Posts: 322; Member since: 08 Jan 2010)
If it sounds needlessly angry, yet buddhist somehow, it's authentic.
3. iuy9 (unregistered)
how u know if he's buddist? and dont say u found out on the website beginning wiith 'w'
4. newfdog 13 (Posts: 64; Member since: 06 Mar 2010)
"removed the non-pubkic API"??? what is pubkic? is that like bupkis? And you guys write for a living and can't spellcheck? or is that spellckic? lol