While iPhone 4 may have been the biggest stride since the first generation of the notorious phone, it may have arrived at a time when Apple was too busy to focus its attention on such a significant device. Rather than strictly having current Apple employees lead development, an outside source
In recent weeks, Apple has gone through a moderate firestorm on its App Store, rejecting Google's Google Voice application while at the same time pulling third-party Google Voice-based apps, thus leaving their developers to swallow refund costs that exceeded their initial per-sale earnings. Today, TUAW following up on a Daring Fireball story of a dictionary application being censored, has learned that Apple has begun rejecting all e-book submissions because "this category of applications is often used for the purpose of infringing upon third party rights. We have chosen to not publish this type of application to the App Store."