“Macworld may be over, but for a group of developers the most important Apple news has yet to be unveiled: the much-anticipated iPhone software development kit (SDK),” Elizabeth Woyke reports for Forbes.
“Developers say they can’t wait to get their hands on the SDK, which is expected to be released in late February and will allow third-party developers to create native applications for Apple’s iPhone. But developers are also anxious about how Apple may monitor and distribute applications. So far, Apple has been characteristically mum about its SDK-related plans,” Woyke reports.
“Most developers agree on one point: Developing for the iPhone, which has sold 4 million units since its late-June 2007 launch and quickly grabbed a leading share of mobile Internet traffic, is too great an opportunity to pass up,” Woyke reports.
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “MacVicta” for the heads up.]