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Entrevista Greg Joswiak - GPS Turn by turn nos planos

Discussão em 'Dispositivos iOS, watchOS e tvOS' iniciada por PCC, 15 de Julho de 2008. (Respostas: 4; Visualizações: 972)

  1. PCC

    PCC Power Member

    I got a few minutes of quality time today to ask Apple product head Greg Joswiak some of the most burning questions about missing iPhone applications and features.

    Why isn't there cut and paste? Apple has a priority list of features, and they got as far as they could down that list with this model, Joswiak said. In other words, they don't have anything against cut and paste. They just judged other things to be more important.

    What's the deal with GPS driving directions? Many developers have said that Apple's SDK license agreement prohibits the development of driving-directions apps, and the New York Times's David Pogue muddied the waters by saying that the iPhone's GPS isn't physically capable of providing driving directions. "According to Apple, the iPhone's G.P.S. antenna is much too small to emulate the turn-by-turn navigation of a G.P.S. unit for a vehicle," Pogue wrote.

    That's wrong, Joswiak said; the iPhone's GPS is just like the GPS in other phones, many of which do provide driving directions. Rather, there are some murky "complicated issues" preventing driving directions apps at the moment. "It will evolve. I think our developers will amaze us," he said.

    Okay, so where's the iPhone office suite? Dataviz told us yesterday that unspecified technical issues were holding up the development of office suites for the iPhone. Joswiak said he didn't know of any such hold-ups, but then added that there might be issues with applications each having their own file space. "There's no cross-application file structure," he said.
    Post by Sascha Segan


    http://www.appscout.com/2008/07/apple_we_dont_hate_gps_cut_and.php
     
  2. smasher_marques

    smasher_marques Power Member

    é algo de que já todos estavamos à espera.

    as aplicações já devem estar prontas à muito. agora são apenas entraves legais que estão a dificultar a coisa...

    e quanto ao Office, o Open Office é que podia tratar disso, porque estou mesmo a ver a MS a lançar o Office a uns 70€.
     
  3. fabioneves

    fabioneves Power Member

    70€ e se tivermos sorte lol
    Bem podiam o lançar nem que fosse a 20€, eu não o compraria. Porque raio preciso de criar .doc's e xls num telemovel? Mal crio no pc/mac quanto mais..
    Já os posso ver, isso para mim chega (pelo menos no telemovel).
     
  4. PCC

    PCC Power Member

    O Copy Paste é que dava jeito tendo um Office lol :P Mas pelos vistos o Copy Paste não é prioritario...
     
  5. timber

    timber Zwame Advisor

    O Copy Paste dá jeito em muita coisa especialmente quando se recebem informações por SMS

    No global parece-me que o SDK simplesmente ainda é curto. O iPhone ainda está limitado por software.
     

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