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In today’s world revolutionary and highly sophisticated technology has occupied spaces universally. It is the age of a new and innovative technological Smartphone application development industry and the iPhone features has simply made this true. The iPhone users are discovering the reality that iPhone is not only a mere handheld device but it has group of benefits owing to its range of iphone Software Programming apps available at the iTunes store.

The iPhone is a line of very popular, Internet and multimedia-enabled smartphones known for their spontaneous multi touch user interface along with a large number of other features and functionality. The iPhone and iPod Touch run an operating system known as iOS . It is derived from Mac OS X and is therefore a robust Unix-like operating system by nature. In iOS, there are four abstraction layers: the Core OS layer, the Core Services layer, the Media layer, and the Cocoa Touch layer.

Some of the iPhone Programming Libraries, Frameworks, Components that A-1 Technology’s work includes:

• Cocos2D Development
• Three20 Development
• OpenFlow Development
• FontLabel Development
• Tapku Development
• Twitter Engine Development
• PhoneGap Development
• JQTouch Development
• Rhodes Development
• Appcelerator Titanium Development
• ELIPS Studio Development
• Chipmunk Development
• OpenGL ES Development
• WxWidgets Development
• Orx Development
• Game Editor Development
• Unity iPhone Development
• Bork3D Development
• DragonFire SDK Development

iPhone 4 developers @ A-1 Technology:-

The iPhone 4 developers at A-1 Technology are highly expert, dedicated and enthusiastic in iPhone software development especially focused on iPhone mobile application programming and iPhone web application programming. Usage of iPhone has been growing significantly for all kinds of mobile and web products. iPhone 4 developers have huge industry experience and are familiar in all aspects of iPhone application programming.

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