I switched to Android and disabled iMessage before switching. Even though I did that, iMessage wasn't disabled and I wasn't able to receive messages for days from iPhone users. It is not always a user error.
The SDK is not an OS. The SDK is released ahead a time so that developers can update their apps. Everything about this article is wrong as Jean-Baptiste Queru has already announced the source is coming as soon as the device is released and the OS is out.
> "Now that ICS is out"
Wow. What has happened to Slashdot? ICS is not out. The first device, the Galaxy Nexus, doesn't get released until next month. And Google did announce ASOP would be released once it is released to the first ICS devices. Basically, everything posted was incorrect. Nice try though
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