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The earlier release of the latest iPhone/iPad software development kit
has been updated to a Beta 2 release. As we get closer to the official
sell date on the iPad, we're getting hopeful and excited for what kind
of wonderful newness our iPhone's will be picking up.
So what's new in this latest release?
Well, if you're a regular user, there's not much here to jump for joy about, as there's little news yet leaked about what's inside. Since most developers aren't eager to find themselves blackballed by Cupertino, there are relatively few people willing to leak early information.
However, from what we have
been able to glean from this Gizmodo article, as well as a few forum
threads is that the latest release only fixes a few minor bugs including
one that made it difficult for apps built around 3.2 to run on 3.1.3.
As is the usual case when a Beta follow up is dropped, the only real
changes are some tweaks around the edges.
We'll probably learn more once the jailbreak community starts fiddling around with the Beta. Until then, we'll just have to wait until March.