Apple Opens iPhone to Software Developers. Yay!

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apple logoThe Apple iPhone, one of the, if not the best, mobile platforms has a few issues for me. The biggest one is not being able to install applications on the device. You can only use web apps to add more functionality to your phone. Not anymore! Apple has announced an official SDK will be a vailable in Feurary. Boo! Give it to me now!

Apple states that the SDK will not be released until February so they can help beef up iPhone security and protect users against viruses, malware, privacy attacks, ect. I guess that is good and all, but I want it now! Okay, I will be patient.

While I am a fan of web apps on mobile devices and do think they have a place, I think the iPhone will really blossom when third part apps are officially supported. Notice I said officially. Third party apps are available via hacks to the iPhone, but I am to chicken to have a $599 $399 paper weight.

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