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I have mixed feelings about the DRM thing. I believe that as long as no binary files are posted, and only methods for decrypting applications you already own should be tolerated. Reversers are very interested in the way that some applications work. For example, Remote, the iTunes controller application made by Apple, would be very interesting to disassemble and see how they managed to do something like that within the bounds of their own SDK.

Feel free to reverse remote from a black box standpoint. And if you know how to get at the binary, that's fine. But thats one thing that shouldn't be posted here.

Look, when people download music, the RIAA loses...who cares. When people download movies the MPAA loses... again who cares. But if people pirate apps, the developers lose. And thats bad.

Removing part of "Apple eventually releasing dev-kit"

Shouldn't the part on "we hope that Apple will eventually release a developer kit, or a guide for embedded applications" be deleted? It's 3? years since they released it. josso 09:46, 10 May 2010 (UTC)

Just removed it. Feel free to make changes yourself if you are sure they are correct. --http 21:54, 10 May 2010 (UTC)