updated 06:20 pm EDT, Tue March 18, 2008
Apple clarifies SDK beta
Apple today released a note to developers who were earlier temporarily rejected from the iPhone SDK beta. According to iLounge News, the note claims that Apple is currently at full capacity for the current beta stage, saying that it would expand the beta program shortly, after it has control over the current round of developers. The email thanks users for their patience in the matter, and says that Apple will contact a second round of developers once the first is properly sated.
In the mean time, Apple supplied several links to "Getting Started" videos and documents, with samples of code and general runes of thumb, as well as an iPhone Reference Library. This provides developers with additional tools for those that already have the free iPhone SDK beta and Mac-end simulator.