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Apple seeds iPhone SDK 3.1 beta to developers

Right on the heels of the iPhone 3.0 firmware update, Apple has released a beta version of the iPhone SDK 3.1 to developers. Although the SDK is still in the testing phase, Apple included approximately 15 new OpenGL tools for 3D modeling and graphics, according to MobileCrunch. VideoEditorController and Video Picker APIs could allow third-party apps to bring up the video editing interface.

Reports suggest the SDK also enables MMS by default, although the added functionality will still require support from AT&T in the US. The beta is said to include XCode and Dashcode updates as well.

Developers will likely find more changes and expanded functions as they have a chance to dig deeper.

Source: Macnn.com

This entry was posted on Wednesday, July 1st, 2009 at 4:57 am and is filed under Apple News, Software Development Tips. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can skip to the end and leave a response. Pinging is currently not allowed.

One comment on “Apple seeds iPhone SDK 3.1 beta to developers

  1. Pothik on said:

    Developing is the process of moving one step ahead. iPhone is doing the same, so do the apps developers for iPhone. Now this app is developed and developers are doing beta test. Thing has become like as long as iPhone apps will keep coming, there will be no boredom.

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