UPDATED: Dominik Balogh from PoweryBase, developers of the iPhone 3.0 Push Notification-powered NotifyMe reminder app wrote in to let us know:
We have just received (now, sunday morning in Cupertino) an apology from Apple App Store Staff.
It's looking more likely that Apple is working behind the sc
ORIGINA: Sure, some have trickled out of the App Store during the last week, but given the high profile iPhone 3.0 release, and given that we know some high profile push-enabled apps were submitted to the iPhone weeks ago, TiPb has to wonder -- where are all the Push Notification enabled apps?
Due to server load and battery life, is Apple putting them through even more stringent and lengthy reviews? Is there some concern about Apple's Push Notification server load capacity so they're releasing them a few at a time so as not to suddenly have a MobileMe-style post-launch crash? Or are they just more seemingly random victims of the still-opaque, ever mysterious iPhone App Store review process?
Hopefully it's reasons #1 and #2. We can handle minor delays now to ensure solid apps on a solid push platform going forward.
But please Apple, keep developers in the loop and -- hey! -- throw us a bone. Or push us a notification. Something.
Meanwhile, which Push Notification app are you waiting for the most?