Unity CEO Promises ‘Uninterrupted Service’

April 14th, 2010 by Arjan Olsder Posted in Platforms: iOS | 1 Comment »

Unity3d Unity 3D is one of the pre-compilers likely to be banned from the App Store due to the new TOS Apple introduced with the iPhone OS 4.0 beta version. Unity believes there will be a solution.

“We have no indication from Apple that things are going to change,” Helgason said. “We have a great relationship with Apple and will do everything we can to comply with Apple’s TOS (also, these are ‘beta TOS’, and these easily get changed) so that we can provide uninterrupted service to our more than 120K users.”

But what makes Unity so much different from Adobe from a legal perspective?


    One Response to “Unity CEO Promises ‘Uninterrupted Service’”

    1. iPétanque says:

      Well, Unity projects are compiled for the iPhone through Apple’s Xcode.
      Flash CS5 directly compile the app within it’s own tool.

      It’s a slight difference. But legal stuff is always about interpreting slight differences 😉

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