Apple has finally released an SDK (Software Developer’s Kit) for the iPhone that answers the clamor by developers and enthusiasts who want to write applications for the iPhone. Also released was a beta version of the 2.0 firmware of the iPhone.
While the SDK will be freely available for download and will quiet some of the noise for it, not everyone is completely happyÂ as the SDK only runs on a Mac, it costs $99 to publish an app through the iTunes Application store, and doesn’t appear to be completely open to accessing everything the iPhone can do.
The bright side of course is that there is an SDK and I’m sure it will evolve in time … and with some more clamoring. Get your SDK over at Apple’s Developer Connection site.