[NTLK] iOS Einstein submitted to the Apple App Store - rejected

L.W. Brown lwb at mac.com
Tue Feb 22 22:53:27 EST 2011

Worth a try, but I'd be willing to bet some of the tech in the Newt's OS and parts of its hardware /is/ still very much alive at Apple - just not obviously so to outsiders... Or, it's under license and not Apple's to release.

L.W. Brown via ¡Pad

On Feb 22, 2011, at 18:27, Neal Sofge <nsofge at gmail.com> wrote:

>> Unsurprisingly, iOSEinstein got rejected today for three reasons:
> When the App Store has rejected things for dumb reasons in the past, a
> popular (and effective) remedy has been to embarrass them into
> reversing the decision, usually through indignant blog posts that get
> press coverage and/or go viral.  I'd imagine that would work well in
> this case, being that it's an emulator for a discarded Apple
> technology, so the irony factor is high.  Maybe drop a line to Gruber
> or Siracusa?

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