Airfoil Speakers Touch Saga Continues: Rogue Amoeba Responds To Apple’s Phil Schiller

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The drama continues to unfold.
The drama continues to unfold.

Earlier today we showed you the email Apple marketing VP Phil Schiller sent in response to Apple removing Rogue Amoeba’s Airfoil Speakers Touch app from the App Store. Yanking the app caused quite the stir, as Rogue Amoeba was accused of misusing Apple’s AirPlay API to receive audio to an iOS device.

Schiller said that Rogue Amoeba used AirPlay functionality without proper licensing, and the Airfoil Speakers Touch makers have responded to Schiller with more points of their own.

Phil Schiller Explains The Real Reason Why Apple Pulled Airfoil Speakers Touch

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Phil Schiller says the full story on Airfoil Speakers Touch isn't accurately recounted on Rogue Amoeba's website.
Phil Schiller says the full story on Airfoil Speakers Touch isn't accurately recounted on Rogue Amoeba's website.

AirFoil Speakers Touch Resurfaces In App Store After Facing Rejection From Apple

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Airfoil Speakers Touch has been yanked from the App Store. Why? Only Apple knows.
It's back.

Apple Explains Why Rogue Amoeba’s Airfoil Speakers Touch App Was Yanked From App Store

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Rogue Amoeba’s Airfoil Speakers Touch App Yanked Because It Duplicates Functionality In iOS 6? [Updated]

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Airfoil Speakers Touch has been yanked from the App Store. Why? Only Apple knows.
Airfoil Speakers Touch has been yanked from the App Store. Why? Only Apple knows for sure.