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200,000 iPhone developers....so far
Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer revealed that the company has signed up
200,000 developers for its iPhone Software Development Kit (SDK) release
thus far. Oppenheimer also said that Apple is signing up more developers
each week. In mid-March, Apple announced that the iPhone SDK had been
downloaded 100,000 times.
Oppenheimer called the response to the SDK ³tremendous² and said that
interest in developing enterprise applications for the iPhone is also
going well. More than 400 higher educations are now creating
applications for the iPhone, and more than one-third of Fortune 500
companies are actively creating software for the iPhone as well.
Apple plans to deliver a free update to the software that runs the
iPhone ‹ called iPhone 2.0 ‹ in late June. That update will introduce
the App Store, a new feature that will enable iPhone users to purchase,
download and install third-party application software for the device.
Apple also plans to release a similar update to the iPod touch ‹
delivered for a nominal fee ‹ that will enable iPod touch users to
access the App Store as well.
Apple counted 1.7 million iPhones sold in the quarter and is now selling
phones in Austria and Ireland. Apple¹s COO, Tim Cook, reiterated to
analysts who questioned him after Oppenheimer¹s preamble that Apple is
on track to sell 10 million iPhones by the end of the year.
Re: 200,000 iPhone developers....so far
> Apple also plans to release a similar update to the iPod touch <
> delivered for a nominal fee < that will enable iPod touch users to
> access the App Store as well.
The *******s are CHARGING to connect the Pod to the SPAM?!
That's a bit arrogant, isn't it?
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