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Apple iPhone SDK beta 2 hits online

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 28 Mar 2008 18:19 User comments (2)

Apple iPhone SDK beta 2 hits online Apple has announced the release of the second beta for the iPhone SDK which allows developers to build third party applications for the iPhone and similarly built iPod Touch.
The new updated download includes "the interface builder, the Xcode integrated development environment, the iPhone simulator, frameworks and samples, compilers, and the Shark analysis tool."

It was recently reported that 100,000 copies of the original SDK were downloaded in the first week after it was launched. Apple has also said that Firmware upgrade for the device will hit consumers in June.






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2 user comments

130.3.2008 16:32

Until I can use it on Windows or Tiger the 2gb sdk is of no use to me.

21.4.2008 16:55

Wow, Apple is just begging devs to make homebrew on the iPhone.



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