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As suggested in one of your other posts, why not ask in the Apple forums. Most members here are web developers rather than app developers, so you will be lucky to get answers to your app-related queries.
But isn’t community a platform for knowledge sharing? Why do we have to divide some special areas to exclude our applications? In addition, I can learn to think from another perspective. Isn’t that good? Isn’t this the original intention of the community?
I’m simply pointing out that we have few iPhone app developers on the forums here, so the chance of you getting an answer to your queries is not high. I should be happy to be proved wrong though.