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#1 Rockneosx

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Posted 04 November 2007 - 12:44 PM

Jobs and Co have announced there will be an SDK for iPhone 3rd party Apps available early next year. Is there any interest, or, might it even be possible to see Spell Catcher X on the iPhone one day in the future? I would gladly pay a premium for the privilege of using your mission critical App on the iPhone.

Thanks in advance for your careful consideration.


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Posted 04 November 2007 - 09:51 PM

Jobs and Co have announced there will be an SDK for iPhone 3rd party Apps available early next year. Is there any interest, or, might it even be possible to see Spell Catcher X on the iPhone one day in the future? I would gladly pay a premium for the privilege of using your mission critical App on the iPhone.

Thanks in advance for your careful consideration.


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Let's just see what the iPhone SDK will let developers do first!

And then, let's just see if I'll ever be able to use an iPhone (legally, that is) in Canada, with the only cell provider that it could ever actually work with (Roger's).

So as for interest, sure, why not? As for possible, no clue at this point in time.

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Posted 07 November 2007 - 01:46 PM

Thanks kindly, Evan. I haven’t been around awhile and had forgotten you‘re in Canada. That certainly does change the complexion of the problem. The fact that you are even willing to entertain the notion of development for the iPhone is certainly welcome.

Thank you again for chiming in.

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Let's just see what the iPhone SDK will let developers do first!

And then, let's just see if I'll ever be able to use an iPhone (legally, that is) in Canada, with the only cell provider that it could ever actually work with (Roger's).

So as for interest, sure, why not? As for possible, no clue at this point in time.



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Posted 22 March 2009 - 11:04 AM

Greetings, Evan...

I understand the new iPhone 3.0 SDK has recently been made available and I'm so pleased we iPhone users will finally be seeing cut and paste.

Any chance you've had a chance to review it and might care to opine about the possibilities implementing Spell Catcher X?

Rock

Let's just see what the iPhone SDK will let developers do first!

And then, let's just see if I'll ever be able to use an iPhone (legally, that is) in Canada, with the only cell provider that it could ever actually work with (Roger's).

So as for interest, sure, why not? As for possible, no clue at this point in time.



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Posted 22 March 2009 - 10:35 PM

Greetings, Evan...

I understand the new iPhone 3.0 SDK has recently been made available and I'm so pleased we iPhone users will finally be seeing cut and paste.

Any chance you've had a chance to review it and might care to opine about the possibilities implementing Spell Catcher X?

Rock


Looks like it's still impossible, as they haven't opened up any of the keyboard or input method-related APIs that would be necessary (but definitely exist).

Too bad. Really too bad.

Copy and Paste may hold a tiny, minimal amount of promise for my purposes, but it's not what I really need.

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Posted 24 March 2009 - 09:45 AM

Thanks for your prompt reply and I'm sorry to learn theses needed APIs aren't available.

Damn!

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Looks like it's still impossible, as they haven't opened up any of the keyboard or input method-related APIs that would be necessary (but definitely exist).

Too bad. Really too bad.

Copy and Paste may hold a tiny, minimal amount of promise for my purposes, but it's not what I really need.