Let’s face it: if all of Apple’s success and innovation could be attributed to one man, it would be Steve Jobs. Though of course, Apple is a huge corporation of 50,000 employees so above all everybody shares a piece of the credit. With Steve Jobs resigning from the company, one
Even the best companies can’t always hit a home run. Apple has had it’s share of bad ideas too. They are known for being completely innovative; with innovation comes risk. Lucky for Apple, most of the time the risk has paid off, which makes their flops even more interesting. Why
Those of you looking to get into the iPhone app developing biz might find this useful. It's a book called "Beginning iPhone Development: Exploring the iPhone SDK" by Dave Mark and Jeff LaMarche, which was published recently and is now available in hard copy or eBook form for $39.99 and $27.99, respectively. Starting with a basic knowledge of Objective-C, it walks the reader through making increasingly complicated apps. You can grab it at Apress.com.