Articles in the xCode Category
As expected, iOS SDK 4.0.2 is now available for those who wish to continue their development on devices with iOS 4.0.2 or iOS 3.2.2 installed. According to Apple, the new iOS SDK 4.0.2 includes the Xcode IDE, iPhone Simulator, and a range of additional tools for developing applications for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Addressing those enrolled with the iPhone Developer Program, Apple outlines: “If you have updated your iPhone or iPod touch to iOS 4.0.2 or your iPad to iOS 3.2.2 you will need to download and install iOS SDK …
Apple is offering a sneak peak of the Xcode 4 to a lucky few who as expected had to sign a NDA. For the uninitiated, Xcode 4 will be used in the next generation of Mac OS X and iOS applications since it boasts of a new interface, a new compiler and a debugger among other nifty features. So in a nutshell, the Xcode 4 will let developers write better codes for creating better apps for our iPhones and iPads. ISMASHPHONE