Apple is pushing their iPhone App Store hard, and it looks like games may be the number one new seller.
By Erin BibaPosted 06.09.2008 at 6:54 pm 3 Comments
One of the bigger announcements at the Steve Job's keynote presentation today was the new App Store—a native application on the iPhone that will allow users to purchase, download and install third-party software for their phones. It's the only place iPhone owners can get the software, and most of the keynote today was dedicated to highlighting programs already created using the software developers kit.
Apple dedicated most of its conference keynote to the iPhone software development kit—and coders raved about it
By Erin BibaPosted 06.09.2008 at 5:31 pm 2 Comments
Fitting for a programmers conference, this Apple keynote focused on software—and the announcement of a new iPhone felt almost like an afterthought. Nearly an hour of the keynote was dedicated to a parade of developers who had built iPhone programs using the software developers kit (SDK). But is it really as easy to write iPhone apps as Apple says it is?
The new iPhone is everything we've been expecting...and not much more.
By Erin BibaPosted 06.09.2008 at 4:35 pm 2 Comments
Well, the official announcement is in—and it's exactly what we were all expecting. The new iPhone, equipped with 3G, GPS, and a much slimmer price, will be available for purchase in 22 countries (including the US) starting July 11.