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Yes, straight from the mouth of Steve Jobs is the indication that Javascript is built into the iPhone.
Posted: 19-05-2012 @ 08:33:20
Yes, straight from the mouth of Steve Jobs is the indication that Javascript is built into the iPhone. This offers a much more expansive mobile web browsing experience vs. mobile browsers which do not suport Javascript.
Posted: 17-05-2012 @ 12:09:49
The iPhone does not supportJava. Steve Jobs has been quoted as saying"Java's not worth building in. Nobody uses Java anymore. It's this big heavyweight ball and chain." Java fans should not expect Apple to reversethis long-standing decision on the iPad.
Posted: 17-03-2012 @ 16:31:18
no the iphones are no supoort for java application.
Posted: 07-09-2011 @ 12:51:24
No. The iPhone will not support Java applications of any kind. Steve Jobs has been quoted as saying "Java's not worth building in. Nobody uses Java anymore. It's this big heavyweight ball and chain." We can't disagree with the last part of Jobs' scathing remark, but stating that Java doesn't get used anymore couldn't be farther from the truth - especially in the world of mobile devices. In any event, the iPhone will not offer Java support.
Posted: 05-09-2011 @ 10:52:50
No. The iPhone will not support Java applications of any kind. Steve Jobs has been quoted as saying "Java's not worth building in. Nobody uses Java anymore. It's this big heavyweight ball and chain."
Posted: 05-09-2011 @ 02:20:33
no the iPHONE does not support java.
Posted: 04-09-2011 @ 19:53:07
NO THE iPHONE DOES NOT SUPPORT JAVA.
Posted: 04-09-2011 @ 19:50:36
No. The iPhone will not support Java applications of any kind. Steve Jobs has been quoted as saying "Java's not worth building in. Nobody uses Java anymore. It's this big heavyweight ball and chain." We can't disagree with the last part of Jobs' scathing remark, but stating that Java doesn't get used anymore couldn't be farther from the truth - especially in the world of mobile devices. In any event, the iPhone will not offer Java support.
Posted: 04-09-2011 @ 19:23:05
the iPhone/iPod platform doesn't support java or flash
Posted: 04-09-2011 @ 08:09:04
No. The iPhone will not support Java applications of any kind. However, the mobile experts are trying to build java environment into iPhone and they got succeeded with it.
Posted: 03-09-2011 @ 23:26:03
No. iphone has its own os ie. IOS and it doesn't support java contents.
Posted: 03-09-2011 @ 21:45:58
No. The iphone will not support Java applications of any kind
Posted: 03-09-2011 @ 14:39:01
It does not seem to me that iphone supports java. Apple founder steve jobs has apparently remarked that making i phone support java is not worth it. Java is obsolete. Though i still see java being widely used. The main factor may be that the java source code is free to use and the profit seeking over priced apples do not see much profit in marketing it out. Lack of support of java makes one hinge on the i store for any kind of app and we lose out all the good free apps out there.
Posted: 03-09-2011 @ 11:32:44
feb 27,2007 no this iphone willnot support java applications of aney kind.steve.jobes hasbean quorted as saying"java'snot worth bulding nobady uses java aneymore it a big haveyweight all and chainge"
Posted: 02-09-2011 @ 22:55:49
No. The iPhone will not support Java applications.But With the release of iPhone 5 we once again have to get back to the question of running Java or Java Emulator on Your iPhone. The programming giant Sun Microsystems has been making a huge impact on how the modern communications industry has been going on today. One of their released programming languages or codes called Java is now a very essential part of any computer or mobile phone system.Java on iPhone There are lots of online sites in the internet that may require this Java stuff and if a certain computer or PC is not properly equipped with this thing, it will be very apparent in the end that proper viewing of those websites will not be that possible at all.
Posted: 02-09-2011 @ 21:22:37
The iPhone will not support Java applications of any kind...
Posted: 02-09-2011 @ 16:46:33