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Apple posts iOS SDK 4.0.1

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By Charles Starrett

Contributing Editor
Published: Thursday, July 15, 2010
News Categories: Apple, iPad, iPhone, Apps + Games, iPod

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Apple has posted its iOS Software Development Kit (SDK) 4.0.1, bringing with it compatibility with the latest iOS software releases. Notably, Apple is warning developers that if they have updated their iPhones to iOS 4.0.1 or their iPads to iOS 3.2.1 they will need to download and install the new SDK to continue development. Unlike the iOS 4.1 beta and accompanying SDK released yesterday, iOS SDK 4.0.1 is available to all registered developers, and not just those who have paid Apple’s $99 annual fee to enroll in the iPhone Developer Program. Apple’s iOS SDK 4.0.1 is available now as a free download from the iPhone Dev Center.

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Hello,

I am relatively new in iphone development. I am confused about the version and subversion.
My iphone has iOS 4.0, will applications developed with sdk 4.0.1 will run fine on iOS 4.0?

Thanks,

-Max

Posted by maxbalboa on July 18, 2010 at 3:33 AM (PDT)

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