@iphonedevcamp – Confab at Yahoo! 7/31-8/2


For those of you feeling withdrawal from #WWDC, have no fear, iPhone Developers Camp is back for its 3rd year and this time on the Yahoo! campus at 701 First Avenue, Sunnyvale July 31 – Aug 2.  At only $50, this event will sell out.  Eventbrite is keeping a tally of tickets left at iphonedevcamp.eventbrite.com  where you can also register for the event. Learn to develop Cocoa Touch and Web-based applications for iPhone.  Team up with Cocoa Touch developers, UI designers and testers on development projects, or work solo.  Learn to create new apps for iPhone, migrate Mac OS X apps, and test and optimize apps.  Before you go, you’ll want to download the SDK and perhaps read through one of the books:

iPhone Developer’s Cookbook  by Erica Sadun (available on Kindle)
Beginning iPhone Development:  Exploring the iPhone SDK by Dave Mark
iPhone SDK Programming by Maher Ali


One Response to “@iphonedevcamp – Confab at Yahoo! 7/31-8/2”

  1. Apple said a new version of its hot-selling iPhone will be launched this month and that the price of an earlier model was dropping to US$99 (HK$772.20).

    Vice president of marketing Phil Schiller made the announcements at an annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco bereft of any sign of chief executive Steve Jobs.

    Schiller said the iPhone 3GS, which can capture video for the first time, will be available from June 19.

    ”The ‘S’ stands for speed, because this is the most powerful iPhone we’ve ever made,” Schiller said. ”What is inside is entirely new.”

    He said the 16-gigabyte 3GS, pictured, will cost US$199 while the 32-gigabyte model will cost US$299.

    Schiller also said a next-generation iPhone 3.0 operating system will be released worldwide on June 17 as a free upgrade to owners of the smartphones.

    Enhancements crafted into the 3.0 operating system include speedy video downloading and customization to additional languages such as Arabic, Hebrew and Korean.

    A new ”Find My iPhone” feature lets people use an Apple online Mobile Me service to locate lost or stolen devices.

    ”It will show you on a map where your phone is,” Forstall said. ”You can send it a message and it plays an alert sound whether or not you left it in silent mode.”

    Apple also launched upgraded MacBooks while cutting prices on its historically high-end laptop line.


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