“iPhone Software 2.2 beta 2 is reported to have made its way to developers early friday afternoon alongside a new version of the iPhone SDK with support for hardware accessories that provide audio input to the iPhone and iPod touch,” AppleInsider reports.
“The new version of iPhone Software itself is said to add Google Street Views to the handset’s built-in Maps application,” AppleInsider reports.
Developers have also “been provided with the first test releases of Snow Leopard since June’s Worldwide Developers Conference,” AppleInsider reports. The Snow Leopard build features the Mac OS X “Finder completely re-written in Cocoa, the beginnings of Microsoft Exchange integration, and a new ImageBoot function.”
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