Apple Pulls C64 After Hidden BASIC Feature Discovered

Apple Pulls C64 After Hidden BASIC Feature Discovered

Posted September 8, 2009 at 11:17am by iClarified · 4 comments · Add Comment
DNA - November 10, 2009 at 10:13am
Apple has once AGAIN re-approved the C64.app for sale on the App Store. Basic was removed, but can be re-added, and the app is now 30% Faster and includes 3 new games. App Store Link: http://is.gd/4RLz6
DNA - November 19, 2009 at 6:38am
Just wanted to mention I have updated my site with screenshots running custom games and using custom images/layouts even video of Bruce Lee running on the app.
DNA - September 8, 2009 at 10:00pm
I have no doubt that if Apple were to re-approve the C64 Application that BASIC could still be enabled. I have been putting many hours into exploring this Apps functions and capabilities, and found two seprate ways in wich to enable basic. Even if completly removed it could be re-introduced via a patch. I have some rather exciting news to be announced regarding this application, which I will make public once the app has been back up in the App Store for a few days, giving users time to download it.
DNA - September 14, 2009 at 9:05am
C64.app with Colon and Semicolon. I have created a few patch files for the C64 Emulator for iPhone & iPod Touch that provide a Colon & Semicolon on the Numeric Keyboard, mainly for use in BASIC Programing. Unfortunately for now I have removed the AT symbol (@) as well as the Pound symbol (£) in order to provide the new additions. I plan on adding them back in a future release. You can follow the current status of this patch and more on my blog: ( http://dna.myhostclub.com/wp/ ) The current version (v1.0.1) requires knowledge of SSH and of Course, this will only work on a Jailbroken device. A installer is coming soon to Cydia. I will have more great info and patches etc up soon for this and other Apps.
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