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Apple To Release Developer Kit For iPhones and iPods – Software Not Limited To Safari Browser Any More

Apple To Release Developer Kit For iPhones and iPods – Software Not Limited To Safari Browser Any More

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(Best Syndication) Apple announced that they will open their new iPhone and iPod up for developers to write programs. There should be a special software development kit available in February, which should "provide an advanced and open platform to developers while at the same time protect iPhone users from viruses, malware (and) privacy attacks."

Previously the company has limited outside development to their web browser “Safari” which is used by their devices. Developers have complained that the company tried to control the iPhone too much. This decision could help the company in the long run and could make their devices even more popular. More than 1 million iPhones have been sold since it was released on June 29.

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Apple iPhone Tops 1 Million mobile phone sales since release – New Lower Prices may have helped

Apple iPhone Tops 1 Million mobile phone sales since release – New Lower Prices may have helped

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[Best Syndication] Apple Inc. sold one million iPhones this past weekend with the newly reduced price tag. It took a whole two years for the company to get 1 million iPods sold. With the newly reduced price tag of $399 for the 8 GB version what spurred the extra sales?

Investors in Apple Inc. were cautious with stocks when the company announced the price reduction the iPhone. There was concern that there was a lack of demand for the mobile phone and also less profit margin in the newly lowered prices. With the sales of 1 million iPhones investors may be a bit relieved to see the volumes and popularity and the goal set by Apple to sell 1 million units by the end of September.

Customers that had purchased at $200 more than the newly reduced price called foul on Apple. The 4 GB version is being discontinued, the reason for this is not clear. Apple offered angry customers of the iPhone that paid the higher dollar ticket a $100 store credit at Apple stores and also an apology from Steve Jobs.

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