You don't need xAuth to develop an iPhone app, oAuth workflow works
just fine.

Indeed I though xAuth was designed for clients without a decent mobile
browser which isn't the case on the iPhone

On May 29, 2:08 am, Jann <> wrote:
> I sent an email in to api@ this week.  Got back a case # which, when
> clicked, requires me to login.  It then tells me that the case #1008949does 
> not exist.
> So, I logged in under the twitter account that created the app and
> created another ticket.  Got another ticket #1009859.  I am now
> wondering how long this is supposed to take.  (if the first one is
> invalid, then my new support case is now over 900 cases farther down
> in the queue.  :(
> Does anyone have any ideas?  I have seen (when searching on google)
> that some people say it takes upwards of a week to get the approval.
> I am stuck however because I cannot even test my iPhone app using this
> method. (I am using to
> implement and I can see no method to begin even testing using my own
> account.
> Shouldn't there be some way to (at least) test your app using the
> username and password that was used to create the "Application" in
> question?
> Please give some insight.  Maybe I am missing something stupid.
> Thanks!
> Jann

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