Friday, March 07, 2008

iPhone SDK

Without a doubt, iPhone users have been surfing the web 24/7 since the iPhone SDK was released. The SDK allows developers to write applications that run directly on the iPhone and consists of a new version of XCode (3.1) and an iPhone Simulator that runs on an Intel-based Mac. Here's a roundup of some of the best posts from Around the Blogosphere. Let's begin with's "Deep Thoughts On The Apple iPhone SDK"
Apple has finally thrown the barn doors open and released an SDK --software development kit-- for the iPhone. Steve Jobs says the tools will lead to a wealth of apps for the iPhone and make it a perfect enterprise email device. Could this be the definitive reason to finally join the cult of Apple?

Discussion from "Attack of the Show" follows... click HERE to watch

iPhone SDK picture walkthrough

NEWS: Truphone "welcomes" iPhone SDK

iPhone SDK comparison chart

iPhone SDK so far

Apple to Allow Future VoIP Apps on iPhone to Work Over Wi-Fi Only.

Has Apple Banned Firefox From the iPhone? Here's a snippet:

The iPhone SDK could mean that extensible applications like Firefox won’t be allowed on the iPhone. The key section of the SDK says that “no interpreted code may be downloaded and used in an Application except for code that is interpreted and run by Apple’s Published APIs and built-in interpreter(s).” And here's the rest...
Gadgetell Rant: Apple becoming “untouchable”?

iPhone Software Roadmap

Apple Video Of SDK Conference

The SDK release gives software developers (they write programs) the ability to create and sell third party software for the iPhone. This was Palm’s plan from long ago and is one of the few things that makes a Palm worth owning. ...Daily Link -

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