Remember when Apple said that they hadn’t actually rejected the Google Voice App? Psyche! It turns out that Phil Schiller from Apple rejected the App and told Google’s VP of Engineering and Research Alan Eustace. The reason he gave for the rejection was that it was that they felt that it was actually replicating Apple’s own phone functions.
The question is now, why didn’t Apple just say that in the first place when inquired by the FCC? I understand that Apple wants people to use their technology but I think this is the stuff you get when you open up your Phone to 3rd party developers. The App store really needs to state what it wants and want it doesn’t want.
It’s going to interesting to see what Apple will do concerning it’s App Store which has been coming under heat from developers especially in the case of non reasons for rejected Apps