Re: [v6ops] Status of CLAT implementation on iPhone? (IPv4 apps on IPv6-only PDP type)

Alexandru Petrescu <alexandru.petrescu@gmail.com> Mon, 23 February 2015 12:55 UTC

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Subject: Re: [v6ops] Status of CLAT implementation on iPhone? (IPv4 apps on IPv6-only PDP type)
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Le 23/02/2015 13:46, Mikael Abrahamsson a écrit :
> On Mon, 23 Feb 2015, Alexandru Petrescu wrote:
>
>> What is the status of a CLAT implementation on iPhone?  Any hint in
>> that direction?
>
> There is no official news that iPhone will support this. This is not
>  surprising since Apple rarely talks about these things.

Well, I can understand the explanation below with NDAs.

But CLAT would not be a hardware spec like e.g. a 5G feature.

CLAT would be an app that can be written and upload in a *store.

Alex

>
> So until you hear something officially, people are not going to post
> on this list about it because if it's not official (and I have heard
>  nothing official), then people would be violating NDAs if they
> talked about it if something was happening.
>
> Apple has been asked to implement it by several different people and
>  entities. So far I have not heard anything official that they will
> support it.
>
> Otoh if it just arrived in the next version of iOS I wouldn't be
> surprised either, sometimes they work on things and you just get them
>  without any prior notice at all.
>