I'm not sure, but I don't think the touch screen would be a problem.
Python has a raw_input function that can typically grab input from any
input device such as keyboards, cell phone keypads, etc as long as the
python interpretor supports the device. However, as you said I'm
pretty sure Python isn't preinstalled on iOS devices to begin with.


On 11/24/11, pitermach <piterm...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I do not believe iOS comes with Python. You could in theory install it,
> but for that,you'd need a jailbroken device and a ssh server installed
> on it to get into the Shell. Then I'm not sure how you could handle the
> touch screen as input, and the fact it's limited hardware.
> The 3gs runs an arm processor that can do 800MHZ but is underclocked to
> 600, with 256MB of RAM.
> The apple A4 is 1ghz but again underclocked to 800, on the iPhone4 with
> 512MB of ram, but only 256 on the iPod4.
> Finally, the apple A5, the newest one, is a dual core 1GHZ, with 1gb of
> RAM both for iPhone4s and iPad2. the iPods hadn't been updated for it
> though, only reducing the prices in 2011 and adding a white colored version.

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