Apple iPhone 3.0 Beta Available for Developers
As a hard core Windows Mobile User, I do not always stay up to date on the comings and goings of the iPhone Hoopla. But since I am blazing forward with Mobility Digest, a website geared towards all things Mobility, I would be remiss for not having mentioned the official release of Apples iPhone Version 3.0 Beta to Developers today.
With a 100 new features coming to end users this summer, iPhone users will now be able to:
- Cut, Copy, and Paste
- Search your iPhone
- Send Photo’s, contacts, audio files, and location via MMS
- Read and compose email and text messages in landscape
And you developers, who get the Advance Beta Copy Today will have:
1,000 new APIs for developers.
With the new SDK, members of the iPhone Developer Program can build applications that do even more. Developers will have the tools to enable in-app purchases — like subscriptions, additional game levels, and new content. They can also create apps that connect peer to peer via Bluetooth, communicate with hardware accessories, and use the Apple Push Notification service to provide alerts.
Learn more about the iPhone SDK for iPhone OS 3.0 beta.
So while we Windows Mobile Fans wait until 2010 for WinMo 7, and prepare for WinMo 6.5 this year, Apple Users will rejoice with their new found features coming to the iPhone!
For more information, head on over to Apple’s website for the full preview by CLICKING HERE.
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