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Apple posts third update to iPhone OS 3.2 SDK for iPad


Apple has released the third beta version of its iPhone SDK 3.2 for iPad. Originally released on January 27 following the introduction of the iPad and updated on February 10, the new SDK is tailored specifically for iPad development. It includes support for the device’s 1024x768 resolution, other iPad-specific interface functions, and an iPad simulator application so developers can pre-test their apps in an environment similar to that of the final device. It is currently unclear what, if any major changes were made in the latest version. The iPhone OS 3.2 SDK beta 3 for iPad is available now to registered iPhone developers through the iPhone Dev Center.

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Please allow Bluetooth transfer, from phone to phone on iphone 3gs.its really sad a phone like iphone 3gs doesn’t allow you to send photos videos and music using Bluetooth transfer future, all phons got it, even the old crappy ones, so why not iphone 3gs? I know what you going to say, you will say we blocked it because of piracy on music videos photos games apps ringtones, downloaded from iTunes, well is it that hard to encrypt the content downloaded from iTunes? i don’t think so. You can stop us from transferring content downloaded via iTunes and app store, but you have no rights to stop us, from transferring our own content like videos photos to our friends via Bluetooth transfer future. You realise by not allowing Bluetooth transfer, you are encouraging iphone users to jailbreak their phones, and in other words you are supporting piracy. Also about custom ringtones? What’s up with that? All phones out there allow us to set songs videos as our ringtone, so why not iph one 3gs? Also where is FLASH?? Do you really call this a SMART PHONE??? It doesn’t even allow GIFS animated pictures. I am so sad and disappointed that i got i phone 3gs,i should have gone with Nokia N97. Have a good day apple. If you stay like that you will not stop piracy.

Posted by Loushes on February 24, 2010 at 4:52 AM (CST)

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