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iPhone SDK to be delayed?

According to a new report, Apple’s release of the Software Development Kit for the iPhone and iPod touch will be delayed. Citing an unnamed source, BusinessWeek reports that the SDK, scheduled for release by the end of February, will be delayed anywhere “from one to three weeks.” The report also notes that the situation is “fluid,” and that “a lot of last-minute decisions are close to being made about what precisely will or will not be disclosed” this week. After months of anticipation, Apple CEO Steve Jobs in October announced the company’s intentions to release the SDK, which allows third-party developers to write native applications for the devices, in February.

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At least, Apple is taking its time and getting it right instead of releasing something far from ideal.  Just thing of the utter chaos is would cause if Apple got this wrong.

Posted by Simon on February 25, 2008 at 6:40 AM (PDT)

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