Apple drops NDA for iPhone developers

Thu, Oct 2, 2008


In a move that will potentially open up the doors for even more iPhone creativity, Apple has finally lifted the non-disclosure agreement that swore iPhone developers to secrecy.  Previously, developers complained that the NDA limited their ability to consult with other developers about problems and issues they were experiencing in iPhone development.  As the iPhone community becomes more connected as a result, developers should have an easier time getting around troublesome roadblocks.  ArsTechnica has the scoop here.


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