Oct 04

I found this a couple of days ago on a site I frequent(pr0x.org), but haven’t had enough time to post about it. It’s currently in beta(a big beta, this is a gigantic project after all). A member named “Your Every Day Hacker” picked up the project from a couple of iPod Touch Fans members, and he decided to continue it. This project is a big nod to iphone developers on Windows, filling the HUGE space left by Apple. Here’s the quote posted on pr0x:

» Windows iPhone Software Development Kit (beta)

Oct 01

After quite some time Apple finally decided to lift the iPhone developers NDA. This is great news and I’m pretty sure that due to the lifting of this NDA, some developer will be more then happy to teach other people how to code for the iPhone or iPod Touch. The official statement Apple released is :
» Apple Lifts iPhone Developer Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA)

Sep 25

Apple has seeded some iPhone developers with a new beta iPhone firmware for testing. The new version is labeled iPhone OS 2.2 beta 1 and is accompanied by a new beta of the iPhone SDK (build 9M2611). Beyond “compatibility testing”, there are no other differences noted by Apple. It’s not clear yet if the new builds have any further implementation of background push notifications that have been promised by Apple.
» Apple releases iPhone Firmware 2.2 Beta 1(updated)

Sep 11

Apple released a new build of the iPhone SDK uitgebracht. The new SDK has been released for the developers who’d like to create applications for iPhone firmware 2.1. No details have been released so far on what has been changed except for a reference found to a firmware 2.1.1. iPhone SDK build 9M2517 can only be installed on Mac OS X 10.5.4 or higher.
» New SDK has references to firmware 2.1.1

Sep 04

Apple has filed a trademark application for “Cocoa Touch,” the software toolset that allows developers to access the Multi-Touch and accelerometer features in the iPhone 3G and iPod Touch. Apple has filed under International Class 009 in the U-S, seeking a trademark in the programming, data recovery and data analysis category. The Cocoa Touch API framework is included in the iPhone SDK.
» Apple applies “Cocoa Touch” for iPhone

Jul 03

Silicon Alley Insider reported yesterday that the waiting list to be accepted into the iPhone developer program is six months long. However, insiders say that the App Store approval process is “surprisingly” efficient, and that the beta period may be drawing to a close. Apple could throw the doors wide open when the beta period ends July 11, meaning no waiting list at all.
» AppStore – Waiting-list for the iPhone Developer Program 6 months !

Jun 27

Apple released a new verion of their SDK. SDK Beta 8 for the iPhone (build 9M2199a). I haven’t received any news regarding the new functions/features in the latest firmware 2.0 beta. When i have more news i will update this post.

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