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iPhone Developer University Program launches in U.S.

Apple has launched its new iPhone Developer University Program, a free program designed for higher education institutions wanting to introduce curriculum for developing iPhone OS applications. According to Apple’s website, the program will allow instructors and professors to create a development team of up to 200 students, and will provide a wealth of development resources, tools for testing and debugging, and the ability to share applications within a development team. In addition, institutions will have the ability to submit applications for distribution in the App Store. The program is currently available to accredited, higher education institutions in the U.S. It is unclear what adjustments or exceptions Apple may be planning to add to the iPhone developer Non-Disclosure Agreement, which currently forbids developers from discussing iPhone OS development.

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Yes, it’s just a classroom with a bunch of Macs, but nobody is allowed to talk to each other.

Posted by dave on September 22, 2008 at 4:48 PM (CDT)


Maybe the development team, with the provided wealth of develpmental resources can develop CUT & PASTE for the ipod touch and iphones.

Posted by Cereal on September 23, 2008 at 2:18 AM (CDT)

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