“Approval of a request by Vonage to distribute a mobile VOIP application through the Apple App Store has been delayed by technical issues with the Vonage software, a spokesperson for Apple said in an interview this afternoon,” Eric Savitz blogs for Barron’s.
“‘They submitted an application for review,’ said Apple spokesperson Natalie Kerris told Tech Trader Daily. ‘There are some technical issues [with the code they submitted] that hopefully can be resolved.’ Kerris did not elaborate on the nature of the issues with Vonage’s application,” Savitz reports.
Vonage’s response to Apple’s statement on the status of the proposed app: ‘We can confirm that one of our prospective applications is for the iPhone. They identified one issue stating that it is ‘simple to fix.’ The issue is cosmetic and relates to the labeling of an icon. We’ve made the requested change and resubmitted the application for approval earlier today.'”
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MacDailyNews Take: Good thing Vonage didn’t use their own service or, in our years-ago experience, it would have sounded like, “We we can can confirm confirm that that one one of of our our prospective prospective…”
After reading Savitz’s report, it’s obvious that latency works both ways.