More that that, it was the speed of development with the SDK that impressed the most. Apple invited developers unfamiliar with the SDK to try it out for two weeks, and demo'ed apps at the press conference. We say things such as a Salesforce app, and even Epocrates, a medical app for PDAs. The SDK is going to open up tons of opportunities, as is iFund, the venture capital fund opened for iPhone developers.
this is great news now the iphone can be used to tis full potential sdk really help launch alot of products look at the hl sdk it started counter-strike. perhaps soon we will see even more amazing aps than are out now (which use no sdk afaik)great great great day for any one who has an iphone (too bad mine was stolen :-( )
might get one now
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