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submitting to app store - should I support iPod Touch when submitting for iPhone


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Should I support iPod Touch also when submitting applications for iPhone? And how can I not cover iPod Touch? I mean, submit applications only for iPhone 3G, 3GS, 4?

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What is the app, if it is something the touch can do (which with the new version is pretty much everything), yes support it. If not, unfortunately all you can do is say IPHONE ONLY, or something in the description.

As far as I am aware, you cannot drop support for platforms, only pick ipad/iphone.

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