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Exploring Side-loading on the iPhone

It’s ok — I’ve changed my mind

First, just for the fun of it, let’s go back 14 years ago. In 2008, Steve introduces the App Store. Takeaways from this short video: each developer could reach every single iPhone users (repeated many times during the presentation), the “business deal” for developers which details the revenue split is 70–30, sideloading of apps is allowed, but…

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