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  Reply # 292605 23-Jan-2010 23:55
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Ever seen the movie Click? that was actually an iPhone with 4.0 installed

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  Reply # 292629 24-Jan-2010 08:24
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Adobe flash and a FM radio would be awsome , but I dont think thats gonna happen in the near future

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 292937 25-Jan-2010 18:44
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How about HTML5. isn't youtube slowly rolling this out so there is no need for flash. WHy do flash when you can jump a generation.

Note: I am not a geek so have no idea what I just said.

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  Reply # 292941 25-Jan-2010 18:50
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Some of HTML 5 is already there; one of the sites I'm working on at the moment is HTML 5 and works flawlessly in 3.1 :)

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  Reply # 292942 25-Jan-2010 18:52
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Looks like I need to do some brushing up/reading up on HTML5 so I can work out what the heck you guys are talking about (:





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  Reply # 294062 28-Jan-2010 18:55
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Well, SDK 3.2 is now available for download (to paid-up app developers). I guess that rules out SDK 4 anytime soon.




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  Reply # 294172 28-Jan-2010 22:34
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Any announcements in what it contains?




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  Reply # 294191 28-Jan-2010 23:00
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I can't read the release notes, but even if I could it's unfortunately still under NDA so I cannot post the details. One thing I have seen noted on another Apple dev focused site is that SDK 3.2 is iPad ONLY. I.e. it will not run on iPhone or iPod. Annoying, since what little of the API diffs I got to see before the Apple web server crashed(!) indicated it would be really handy for iPhone devs too.




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