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Because optimization for devices that are going out of fashion isn't a high business priority for Apple. Things don't often naturally get faster/better on their own, it's like the 2nd law of thermodynamics, natural tendency is towards disorder. See also open-closed principle (part of SOLID), systems are most often open for extension but closed for ...


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I read quite a few forum topics and mailing list (link), the general answer was that if you are using the Android SDK, and you do not have an MP3 encoder/decoder in your application, then you don't need a license for your app. The MP3 license for playing is already provided by the device manufacturer. Also, basically everywhere else than the USA, MP3 ...



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