Date: Wednesday, February 10th, 2010, 08:39
The iPad is coming, so developers might as well be ready for it.
On Tuesday, Apple released the second beta version of its iPhone SDK 3.2 for the iPad. Per iLounge, the new version contains functions specifically designed for the iPad, including support for the unit’s 1024 x 768 resolution, other iPad-specific interface functions, and includes an iPad simulator application so developers can pre-test their apps in an environment similar to that of the final device.
It is currently unclear if any major changes were made in the updated version.
The new beta is now available for iPhone developers via the iPhone Dev Center.
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