Poll: Dev or not Dev

ios7 BETA user: Developer or not?

  • Yes

    Votes: 132 40.2%
  • No

    Votes: 196 59.8%

  • Total voters
    328

Holty123

macrumors 6502
Original poster
Jun 14, 2008
338
3
Crington UK
Just trying to get some numbers on ios7 users?
are you a Dev or not?
Not judging anyone! If you are not a Dev its fine by me just want to get a percentage
 
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BvizioN

macrumors 601
Mar 16, 2012
4,975
2,778
Manchester, UK
I have dev account but am not a developer. Im trying to learn how apps are created but that still doesn't make me developer. So I have voted No.
 

coffeemadmanUK

macrumors 6502a
Jan 30, 2012
542
152
United Kingdom
I have dev account but am not a developer. Im trying to learn how apps are created but that still doesn't make me developer. So I have voted No.
I'm with you on that one.

I don't know what the obsession with whether you develop apps or not and whether you should/shouldn't download iOS 7. If anything any help Apple or app developers can have with making sure the public release of iOS 7 goes smoothly the better.
 

Holty123

macrumors 6502
Original poster
Jun 14, 2008
338
3
Crington UK
I'm with you on that one.

I don't know what the obsession with whether you develop apps or not and whether you should/shouldn't download iOS 7. If anything any help Apple or app developers can have with making sure the public release of iOS 7 goes smoothly the better.
I agree
 

martinocando

macrumors regular
Jun 12, 2013
205
27
I have dev account but am not a developer. Im trying to learn how apps are created but that still doesn't make me developer. So I have voted No.
Well, another poll might be who of us have a developer account, and our Iphone's UDID registered, and which just installed the beta using a leaked dmg and might face problems when Beta 2 is released, or when Beta 1 expires (whatever comes first).
 

sexiewasd

macrumors regular
Mar 14, 2012
208
2
Back in Your Head
You can tell. Developers post in the developer forum not here.
I've found the developer forums aren't very helpful. Most of the time (anytime other than a beta period) there are only a select few who post there, and usually just to argue semantics. Stack overflow is a much more helpful resource.
 

mrapplegate

macrumors 68030
Feb 26, 2011
2,818
8
Cincinnati, OH
I've found the developer forums aren't very helpful. Most of the time (anytime other than a beta period) there are only a select few who post there, and usually just to argue semantics. Stack overflow is a much more helpful resource.
During the first or two betas the developer forums look like MacRumors. I have found them helpful. Stack overflow is my second go to source for great information.