As we have already informed you earlier today that Apple has released the final version of iPhone 3.2 SDK, including iPhone OS 3.2 (or iPad 3.2) for iPad to developers. This version of OS is compatible to work with iPad only. You can get your hands on the SDK now and start exploring the amazing things that you can do with it before the actual device, which ships on April 3rd.
Apple has just released the final version of iPhone OS 3.2, along with SDK for iPad. This final version of iPhone OS 3.2 and SDK for iPad has been released only a few days before the first batch of iPad pre-orders ships this coming weekend on April 3rd. The last Beta 5 was released on March 18th, and Beta 4 was released earlier this same month. This is an iPad only release.
Apple has just rolled out another update to iPhone OS 3.2 SDK for iPad. This Beta 4 of iPhone OS 3.2 SDK for iPad brings new API improvements and bug fixes to make sure it is all set before Apple officially releases the final firmware in shipping device come this April.
The updated O2 UK iPhone plans has added “video calls” in their list of “Key Features”, hence strongly suggesting that the next-gen iPhone will support video conferencing of some sort come this June. The said option can be seen in the screenshot below, or on the O2 UK site here.
Apple has announced the availability of iPhone SDK 3.2 Beta 3 for developers to make sure that their apps are ready for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch when the first batch of WiFi only models of iPad are released in the last week of March. iPhone 3.2 SDK Beta 3 brings lots of new API improvements and bug fixes. Members enrolled in the iPhone Developer Standard or Enterprise Program can access the development bits for iPhone OS 3.2 Beta 3 for iPad by signing into Apple Developer Connection.
Just a few days ago, we posted a conceptual image of next-gen iPhone 4G which had video conferencing and iChat options. And now, 9to5mac has found out strong evidences in the latest iPhone 3.2 SDK for iPad which reveals the possibility of video chat/calling options coming to the future version of iDevices.
All Apple fans and especially the iPhone lovers were much concerned whether the next iPhone will be on its way to market, or not. They may now simply relax. Ingenious tipsters at Engadget, have discovered yet another fascinating fact deep inside the Frameworks of the iPhone OS 3.2 SDK, namely: the codename of the next iPhone. It was discovered buried deep inside the platform simulator set of folders dedicated to specific models of iPhone OS-ready devices, including the iPhone 3GS, second generation iPod touch, something that was called the "K48" (the codename was the internal name for the iPad), and... the "N89." Sure, it sounds like a Nokia phone just waiting to happen. No this is not Nokia but this according to extremely knowledgeable and trusted sources, is the likely codename of the next iPhone (previous versions were called the M68, N82, and N88).
Apple has announced the availability of iPhone SDK 3.2 Beta for developers to make sure their apps are ready for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch when the iPad is released in exactly two months from now. Members enrolled in the iPhone Developer Standard or Enterprise Program can access the development bits for iPhone OS 3.2 Beta for iPad by signing into Apple Developer Connection.