Is That Ocarina Music Coming From Your iPhone?

Wednesday, December 17, 2008 - 17:15 in Mathematics & Economics

When Apple introduced the iPhone in June 2007, the company sought to test the limits of mobile communications and computing in a single, handheld device (handsomely packaged, of course). Software writers soon began taking Apple up on that challenge and, when the company opened its Apple App Store Web site in July, it gave these programmers an outlet for selling a vast array of new capabilities for the iPhone, including the ability to transform it into a number of different musical instruments. [More]

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