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New iPhone SDK beta, requires 10.5.3

updated 04:45 pm EDT, Wed May 28, 2008

New iPhone SDK beta

Apple on Wednesday seeded a sixth beta version to its iPhone Software Development Kit, entitled 9M2192 beta 6. According to iLounge, the release requires developers to upgrade to the latest version of Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard - 10.5.3, released earlier on in the day - in order to use the new seed. Developers can find the update at the iPhone Dev Center, with the download weighing in at 1.19GB. Release notes were not made public, but are available for developers to view.

Apple CEO Steve Jobs is expected to present the iPhone 2.0 - a device with 3G hardware, and software functionality for the custom applications developed with the SDK - at the WWDC on June 9th. Jobs himself, as well as a "team of Apple executives" are expected to discuss the highly anticipated changes to the iPhone's overall infrastructure.

by MacNN Staff



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