Apple approves Commodore 64 Emulator for iPhone
Apple finally approves Commodore 64 emulator for iPhone, making it the first officially available emulator for iPhone.
Until now, third party developer platforms like Java, Flash and SilverLight were restricted by Apple.
The reason is very clear; first one is to prevent developers from ignoring Apple’s Cocoa Touch Platform. And the second reason is the security flaw within Mac OSX caused by third-party applications.
Especially flash, which is considered to be the primary reason for crashing within Leopard.
But, the new feature within Apple iPhone 3.0 for in-app purchases will give a good opportunity for C64 Emulator. Letting users purchase additional games instead of loading an arbitrary game code downloads.
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