iPhone SDK Achieves 100,000 Downloads in Just 4 Days

The enthusiasm surrounding the iPhone SDK is palpable, evidenced by over 100,000 downloads since its debut on March 6, as reported by Apple’s official press release. Additionally, the video from the launch event hosted on Apple.com has attracted over a million views.

This surge of interest highlights its significance primarily to developers, yet it resonates broadly.

From a consumer’s perspective, the release is equally thrilling. Reflecting on my initial experiences with the iPhone, as detailed in this review, it struck me more as a compact computer than merely a phone.

The potential for exceptional native apps from esteemed Mac developers only adds to my excitement.

Indeed, the iPhone is transforming into my preferred Mac device.

For more details, see MacMinute.

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