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Apple Offers iPhone Developers a New SDK

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Jul 1, 2009, 9:03 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Apple recently made a new software development kit available to those writing applications for the iPhone. iPhone SDK 3.1 has lots of new tools for developers to take advantage of. Some of the changes include better control over the iPhone's video editing software which preserves the original recording. Third party applications have also been given access to the video editing software, and the modem software has been updated. iPhone SDK 3.1 also has the MMS feature turned on by default with the AT&T carrier profile update 4.2 included as part of the SDK. Apple has not indicated when iPhone OS 3.1 will be available to end users.

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Jul 1, 2009, 10:07 AM

Wooopty Doo.....

Wonderful Bazzel but what does it all mean!?! 🤣 (Austin Powers)
It means Apple has given developers the ability to add 3 new items, all subject to Apple royalties. After using the phone I'm convinced it's nothing more than a browser and music player and a ton of hype. Unless you own a Mac, it's even more useless. ...

Jul 1, 2009, 9:58 AM

"modem software has been updated" = Ultrasn0w exploit fixed

Cat & Mouse!
u mean with this upgrade in the OS u cant jailbreak the phone?

Jul 1, 2009, 10:03 AM

Happy for you guys

I am a sprint lover, and a Big fan of the pre. But I will say that I am happy for you guys. I want the best for the cell world not just one company, because it will force all to compete and as a consumer we will win. 😎
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