Developer adapts game for tablet without having any knowledge about the new product

Developer adapts game for tablet without having any knowledge about the new product

While many people around the world are waiting for the launch of the Apple tablet this afternoon, Stand Alone, which makes games for the iPhone App Store, left a statement with Los Angeles Times announcing the development of its popular Crosswords game ($ 10, requires iPhone OS 2.2.1 or higher) for the Ma product that is due out today. Oh, and although that points to the possibility that she has the least amount of knowledge about the gadget, it is good to make it clear that Stand Alone is living up to its name without knowing anything about it.

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According to a company representative, Apple did not ask you to do this, which means that it is relying only on the general consensus of details about the gadget if there is one already, I was wondering where it is. At least there is a strong possibility that applications for iPhone OS will run on the new product, which should eliminate a lot of work in the development process for it.

One of the "certainties" that aStand Alone has about such an Apple tablet that it will have a 10 inch screen, but Crosswords appears to be a very easy game to adapt to it from its current state. However, this still leaves me confused: how does anyone develop applications for a product that does not yet exist?