Spore updating content database crash
In June 2010, Apple rebranded i Phone OS as "i OS".
The trademark "IOS" had been used by Cisco for over a decade for its operating system, IOS, used on its routers.
The decision enabled the success of the i Phone as a platform for third-party developers: using a well-known desktop operating system as its basis allowed the many third-party Mac developers to write software for the i Phone with minimal retraining.
Forstall was also responsible for creating a software development kit for programmers to build i Phone apps, as well as an App Store within i Tunes.
Interaction with the OS includes gestures such as swipe, tap, pinch, and reverse pinch, all of which have specific definitions within the context of the i OS operating system and its multi-touch interface.
When a passcode is set and a user switches on the device, the passcode must be entered at the Lock Screen before access to the Home screen is granted.
Initially, third-party native applications were not supported.
Jobs' reasoning was that developers could build web applications through the Safari web browser that "would behave like native apps on the i Phone".
If you didn't install the EADM when you installed Spore, you can download it here. Mac players who experience a crash on startup may need to manually install this patch by following the steps here.
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