05
Oct
07

Rumor: Apple opening iPhone to 3rd party developers with release of Leopard

MYiTablet is reporting that there are rumors going around that the totally irrelevant release of Leopard might also give way to the iPhone being opened up to third party developers for new applications. Like I said, the two are totally irrelevant, but neither one is worthy of a separate press conference, so I guess the combination of the two announcements could kind of make sense in that respect.

They aren’t going to open it up to just anyone, but well established companies, especially those well known for producing mobile apps are rumored to have been getting contacted by Apple recently. Its already fairly well known that EA is porting its entire line of iPod games to the new iPhone/iPod platforms so they can be loaded onto those devices, but there is rumored to be a lot more companies being approached.

 

Via MYiTablet


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