Monday, March 9, 2009

Apple Ignited a Spark in iPhone Application Revolution

Sparks flew all around with Apple spearheading the iPhone revolution! The first launch of iPhone made unexpectedly amazing blast in the global market, but the fire storm cooled down with the spread out of the iPhone virus news.

Apple engineers started to burn their midnight oil to upgrade their revolutionary iPhone. After nights of hard work Apple declared that iPhone will run the third-party application only if they are designed according to the Web 2.0 Internet standards. That's really a great news, which made some people raise their eyebrows with shriek of surprises! Yes, developers can now create web 2.0 applications that can be run on iPhone, just as smoothly as iPhone's built-in applications. Good news is that even with the third-part app installed the users can seamlessly access their iPhone’s services, such as making phone calls, accessing Google map and sending emails. Apple claimed that users won't have to compromise security and reliability while using the third-party application on their iPhones, provided the app is created using Web 2.0 standards. “Developers and users alike are going to be very surprised and pleased at how great these applications look and work on iPhone,” said Steve Jobs, CEO, Apple. He continued, “our innovative approach, using Web 2.0-based standards, lets developers create amazing new applications while keeping the iPhone secure and reliable.”

What's the difference between the application that people have been using and the ones that are programmed using web 2.0 standards? To put it in the simplest way, the applications based on web 2.0 standards are more responsive, interactive, and user-friendly as compared to the web application that we have traditionally been using. Moreover, web 2.0-based applications can easily be distributed across the web without technical hassles.

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