|Feb 15, 2009, 12:02 PM||#1|
Is this a violation of the SDK?
Simply put, the iPhone has a bluetooth chip. The iPod touch 2G has an unverified bluetooth chip used by the Nike+ app to talk with the shoe sensor. I was wondering (just for iPhones) if developing an app that lets people exchange pictures through bluetooth would violate the SDK terms and conditions? I know that apps are allowed to use the photos stored on the device, but what about bluetooth?
|Feb 15, 2009, 12:26 PM||#3|
Thanks! Some people would have just said to read the SDK or search the forums. Glad you didn't. I'm a student/programmer so I was thinking of creative apps to write for the App Store. Most of the common ideas were already taken and I wanted to do something unique. Thanks for your time.
|Feb 15, 2009, 12:45 PM||#4|
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