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Thursday, 28 February 2008 07:20

Apple announces iPhone SDK event

Written by David Stellmack

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To be held first week of March


Apple announced that it will hold an event at its Cupertino, California campus on Thursday, March 6th, to roll out the iPhone Software Developers Kit (SDK).  The SDK was expected to be rolled out this month Also on the agenda, said Apple in an invitation to reporters and bloggers, will be "some exciting new enterprise features" related to the iPhone.

Although the company was expected to roll out the SDK this month, it has been delayed; and rumors have been rampant as to why and when the SDK would be made available to developers. As we reported earlier, Apple has reversed its earlier decision not to open the iPhone to third-party developer programs by instead allowing third-party application programs that are Web-based.

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