Monday, 10 March 2008

Apple Walled garden

After having designed so manny walled gardens, Ive got a special interest in this tech dirt article
"Apple's Walled Garden Will Hurt iPhone Innovation"

Apple have a history of releasing easily hackable software, I have even heard marketing experts say that this is a deliberate policy to drive penetration without putting the apple logo on innovations from the community. They were allowing software like ourTunes to exist and therefore drive the adoption of iTunes. Do you think that this is a serious attempt to limit the development community on the iPhone platform?

im just hoping that they call it the Walled Garden Information Services or WaGIS for short :)

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I am an architect with shed loads of familiarity in providing high profile consumer media, products and services. I conceive ideas, design and lead projects to create new consumer products. I love brainstorming ideas with marketing counterparts and creating future facing and innovative solutions. I have been responsible for high volume mass consumer market features where scale, reliability and the ability to quickly respond are of crucial importance.