June 2010 Archives

iPhones.jpgSince the launch of the original iPhone, Apple has made efforts to hide some of the actual tech specs of the device from consumers. Apple has never advertised or even published the processor speed or amount of RAM found in the iPhone. Arguably, Apple is trying to shield customers from these technical distractions and instead trying to focus on overall functionality.

More technically inclined customers, however, still love to know what they have to work with. The original iPhone and iPhone 3G contained 128MB of RAM, while the iPhone 3GS was boosted to 256MB of RAM. Similarly, the iPad contains 256MB of RAM. This discrepancy offers a technical explanation why Apple is not supporting iOS 4 features such as multi-tasking on the original and 3G iPhone -- there simply isn't enough RAM.

iPhone 4 Confirmed to Have 512MB of RAM (Twice the iPad and 3GS) - Mac Rumors http://www.macrumors.com/2010/06/17/iphone-4-confirmed-to-have-512mb-of-ram-twice-the-ipad-and-3gs/

Ready for Uploading a iOS 4 Applications Today

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iTunes_Connect.jpgSubmit your iOS 4 apps for review so they can be ready for sale when iOS 4 is available to iPhone and iPod touch users. Make sure you have built and tested your applications using iOS 4 and iPhone SDK 4 GM seed, which you can download from the iPhone Dev Center.

Android 2.2 SDK is Now Available!

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android.jpgAndroid 2.2 is a minor platform release including user features, developer features, API changes, and bug fixes. For information on developer features and API changes, see the Framework API section.

For developers, the Android 2.2 platform is available as a downloadable component for the Android SDK. The downloadable platform includes a fully compliant Android library and system image, as well as a set of emulator skins, sample applications, and more. The downloadable platform includes no external libraries.

To get started developing or testing against the Android 2.2 platform, use the Android SDK and AVD Manager tool to download the platform into your SDK. For more information, see Adding SDK Components. If you are new to Android, download the SDK Starter Package first.

Android 2.2 Platform | Android Developers http://developer.android.com/sdk/android-2.2.html

Steve Jobs Introduced iPhone 4 at WWDC 2010

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iPhone4.jpgSAN FRANCISCO--On Monday morning Steve Jobs took the stage at the company's Worldwide Developers Conference at Moscone West. In all likelihood, he introduced the next version of the iPhone named iPhone 4.

Apple - iPhone 4 - Video calls, multitasking, HD video, and more http://www.apple.com/iphone/

  • iPhone SDK 4 GM seed requires Mac OS X v10.6.2 or later.
  • Developers may start submitting iOS 4 applications to iTunes Connect on June 10, 2010.
  • iPhone SDK 4 GM seed, iOS 4 GM seed, and iTunes 9.2 beta are pre-release software and are considered Apple Confidential Information.
  • Please back up your data prior to installing the pre-release version of iTunes.

iPhone Dev Center http://developer.apple.com/iphone/ 

Apple WWDC 2010 Keynote Address

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hero20100607.jpgWatch Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduce the new iPhone 4. See the video-on-demand event right here, exclusively in QuickTime and and MPEG-4.

Apple - QuickTime - WWDC 2010 Keynote Address http://events.apple.com.edgesuite.net/1006ad9g4hjk/event/index.html  

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