Monocolumn: Trouble In App-Land

Monocolumn: Trouble In App-Land

What happens to rejected iPhone programs?

  • 1 july 2010

Monocolumn is Monocle’s daily bulletin of news and opinion. Catch up with previous editions here.

Monocolumn- Trouble in app-land

At the recent conference where Apple debuted the new version of the iPhone, Steve Jobs devoted a few minutes of his speech to the workings of the App Store. Before being made available to customers, all apps must be approved by Apple. Some 15,000 apps are submitted each week, Jobs said, and 95 per cent are approved within seven days.

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