Apple posts QuickTime video of iPhone Software Roadmap Event

On March 6, Apple CEO Steve Jobs, along with other Apple execs and partners, unveiled the iPhone Software Roadmap.

Apple today previewed its iPhone 2.0 software, scheduled for release this June, and announced the immediate availability of a beta release of the software to selected developers and enterprise customers. The iPhone 2.0 beta release includes both the iPhone Software Development Kit (SDK) as well as new enterprise features such as support for Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync to provide secure, over-the-air push email, contacts and calendars as well as remote wipe, and the addition of Cisco IPsec VPN for encrypted access to private corporate networks, and more.

Now, you can watch the presentation via QuickTime (1:17:51) here.


  1. Interesting how Mr. Jobs is allowing others to speak about it. Like he’s testing how they do. Hmmm on the job training? ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”grin” style=”border:0;” />

  2. This stuff just blows that game development platform for Zune announcement. There is no way in hell they can even come close to what was just showed today. This stuff was written in weeks…. Amazing.

  3. It’s worth watching even if you’re not a geek. Apple got several developers to visit Cupertino, each spending 2 weeks prepping a software demo for this event. What they made in that short time was quite cool.

    People are prognosticating that this is Apple’s ‘backdoor’ route into the business world, one innocuous phone at a time: The opposite of the Trojan Horse.

    And can you believe: $100m from KPCB?? This is a really Big Deal.

    Now all I need is $399…

  4. @ The Other Steve

    Did you give the QT video a try on the iPhone? I have watched streaming QT through websites, so I know it works. I’d try right now through but I’m syncing a movie. If I get to it I’ll write back…

  5. Dudes/Dudettes,

    QT streaming video through Safari WORKS! Don’t let people tell you it doesn’t. Try the link on this page through MDN’s comment. It takes you to the Apple page. Then click on the “Watch the Presentation” and give it about 5 or 10 seconds. It’ll pop up a full screen and your video will start to run!

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