Last minute SDK predictions

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Last minute SDK predictions

 

With less then an hour to go before the event, this is your chance to sound off in the comments on your last minute predictions for the iPhone/iPod touch SDK.

 

Will Apple wrangle control over every single app created?

 

Will push email finally be avialble for us working schlubs?

 

The Mac|Life staff believe Apple will reveal the SDK as a beta for devlopers that will get a full release during the WWDC.

 

Steve will have a few apps ready for the masses to demonstrate the power of the SDK.

 

There will be no mention of Flash.

 

9to5Mac.com reports apps will be released today. They've had a pretty good track record with their predictions.

 

Share you predictions below.

 

Check back with Mac|Life for live updates from the iPhone SDK event begining at 10AM Pacific, 1PM Eastern.

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Anonymous

Well nothing that I dont have with my jailbreak phone already so I can wait. It would be great to hear about 3G, Flash support via apple or 3rd party, Chat and MMS support, Myspace/Facebook apps, Games, etc. It would be nice if bberry push email support was offered too.

Its a matter of time until competition catches up and offer iphone like phone with all these features.

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Anonymous

Chat and MMS would be great addition

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Anonymous

I just want outlook support. Pretty please give us Outlook support!

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Marcin Szablewski

I think Steve may have some apps ready for us to indulge in while developers will produce some more. Hopefully they are free versus the $20 upgrade that I had to do for my Touch with the previous apps.

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debbie downer

Steve will show everyone the SDK and we'll have to wait till june before we get any apps from third party vendors.

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Anonymous

Finally some games for the iPod touch and iPhone. Peggle forever!

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Anonymous

I wouldn't mind a Phase port to the iPhone.

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