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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by ryanxslabaugh, Jul 5, 2008.
Just curious on what all of you think.
Well, it's a part of iTunes. So ...
why wouldnt it be itunes? thats how you get the apps
iTunes, otherwise ATT/O2/T-Mob etc would want to take their cut, so less for developers again. And if you download through WiFi, or download on your Mac/PC through iTunes and then sync, how would they get their cut on that.
cuz they would have to rewrite app store for ipod touch if they charged iphone users on their att bills
This is not something to speculate on. The answer is iTunes.
i would assume itunes because I would think att won't see a penny from the sale of apps.
iTunes . . . . without a doubt
Please tell me this is a joke thread.....
Because I can just imagine picking up my O2 bill and reading:
'Super Monkey Ball --- Total Amount: £5.00"
iTunes via e-mail.
Maybe the thread needs locking - we all know the answer, don't we?
I say I'll get my appstore bill from my electricity company.
On second thought, after replying, I'm not so sure that the OP was serious
Can you imagine the headache you would have to deal with if the Apps are charged through your AT&T bill ? This will definitely be handled like buying a song through iTunes.
you can buy online through itunes on your computer or over the air with your itunes account. CLOSE THREAD
Should I say iTunes or just not respond... Ah well, to late.
I heard in this forum it was iTunes
I'm sure there's an iTubes / iTunes joke in there somewhere...
Well no one has mentioned the obvious - but it has to be iTunes because Apps will be available for the Touch in addition to the iPhone and you don't have an AT&T bill with the Touch.
Wait didn't you get the memo Apple has stopped selling the Touch and gave them all to AT&T and told at&t to charge who ever wants to buy it 39.99 mnt