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Apple to hold secret iOS Developer Summit

Business Insider is reporting that Apple will be hosting an event for select iOS developers in California next week. Citing industry sources, the report indicates that the event is scheduled to begin next Tuesday and run for three days, however there has been no public information released by Apple regarding such an event, and no details are available on who has been invited to attend or how big the event is expected to be. Business Insider speculates that the event will be a more intimate version of the iPhone Tech Talks that Apple hosted last year and is intended to provide some additional face time and hands-on development help with Apple engineers. The timing of the event suggests that it may be connected to Apple’s expected release of iOS 4.2 next month, although the company has not provided any new official details on iOS 4.2 since its September 1st Music Event.

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One thing that is missing, for us Mac people who love our IOS apps, is an App emulator on the Mac.  The developer kit allows this, but there is nothing for us users.  Maybe Lion will be written to allow more interaction between IOS and Mac Apps?

These are exciting times.

Posted by Donald Bullock in Toronto on October 27, 2010 at 4:27 PM (CDT)


or perhaps they are previewing IOS development on the apple tv, trying to gauge response among developers, and see what they can come up with?

Posted by Cailen in Toronto on October 27, 2010 at 9:18 PM (CDT)

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