Perhaps you’re like me, you’ve been using it for years and didn’t realize that it has left gigabytes of detritus on your local drive, I certainly didn’t until someone in the homebrew IRC channel mentioned the brew cleanup command, and now I have 21.3 gigs of disk back.
[Various points of data showing how iPhone OS app, iTeleport generates a ton of revenue despite being priced at $25 snipped…]
We also hope this demonstrates that you can build a business on the App Store. That doesn’t mean it’s easy, or that you’ll automatically make more money if you raise your price, or that every app should be priced at $25. It’s just another perspective, albeit one that we haven’t heard in all the discussions of the iPhone developer ecosystem. This may be because we’re the only ones, but we don’t believe that’s the case. And we’d like to encourage others to add their voices to the chorus, in the hope that we can change the perception of the App Store.