iPhone applications developers don’t have to go it alone. Thanks to iPhoneDevCamp, an “unconference” centered around deadline-fueled development and open-mike presentations, you can create apps along with other iPhone enthusiasts.
More ridiculous Steve Jobs health news, Apple finally frees developers from the chains of the SDK NDA and listeners share their fun "Brick" speculations.
An indie super-band is chosen for our weekly, "Keep or Delete." Each week we download and review the free iTunes song of the week and decide whether we're going to keep or delete the file. This week's artist:
Apple has launched the iTunes App Store just in time for the launch of the iPhone 3G.
In March, Apple introduced the iPhone SDK program which allowed third-party developers to create applications for the iPhone and iPod touch. Developers vied for inclusion into the development program so that their applications would be included in the App Store.
While the pending iPhone 3G launch has been stealing the spotlight lately, owners of iPod touches, and OG iPhones who don't plan on upgrading, can join in on this weeks fun without standing in line.
For those ready to stand in line tomorrow, I think we should all find a network racing game and race the day away!
Just a thought.
What will be the first app you're going to download?
UPDATE: Apple servers are being pounding right now so you may experience some lag. In the meantime, here's a screenshot.
Turns out Maxime Veron was correct. iTunes 7.7, is ready for download.
The latest iTunes software sets the stage for the release of iPhone software 2.0.
Use iTunes 7.7 to sync music, video, and more with iPhone 3G, and download applications from the iTunes Store exclusively designed for iPhone and iPod touch with software version 2.0 or later. Also use the new Remote application for iPhone or iPod touch to control iTunes playback from anywhere in your home — a free download from the App Store.
So close to apps, you can taste 'em.
Let's get downloading people! Check Software Update if Apple hasn't updated their iTunes page.
Apple emailed notice to developers that iPhone SDK beta 8 (build 9M2199a) is ready to download and that they are now accepting iTunes App Store submissions. Apple states: Beta release 8 is compatible with the ﬁnal iPhone OS 2.0 release and must be used to build and sign any iPhone OS application to be submitted to the App Store. As a reminder, you must be a member of the iPhone Developer Program to submit apps. The final firmware release of iPhone 2.0 is rumored to launch Friday, June 27 and expected to hit OG iPhones before the launch of the iPhone 3G.