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Author Topic: Apple's policy on custom PID scripts  (Read 1579 times)
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« on: June 10, 2014, 09:02:09 pm »

Hey guys,

Long time user. Long time apple iPhone user too.  I know that apple has had a strict policy on allowing custom code to be inserted by the end user in any app. But it seems that they have slowly loosened their grip, where javascript bridge in IOS is supported. It also appears that apple is making a big push in ios 8 to open up the Os to more end user coding. 

Two questions:

1) Based on what your developers know about this, is there any talks on possibly being able to support this (Custom PID scripts for iOS)?
2) Since I last logged in I see you have released Custom PID for many manufacturers.  I have a 2003 Cobra, but it is off in a paint booth being made into a show car. since I cant confirm these custom PIDS without the car....wet my appetite. Will I have more PIDS for something that old or did you focus on newer Ford model and custom PIDS?

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« Reply #1 on: June 10, 2014, 09:16:01 pm »

We are not planning to try custom scripts for Apple. Is there a particular script you are looking for?

We do have an enhanced package for Ford 2003.
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