Apple releases iPhone OS SDK 3.1.2

Apple has released iPhone OS SDK 3.1.2, a developer update for all iPhone and iPod Touch models.

Apple on Thursday released an update for the iPhone SDK, bringing the current version of the SDK to 3.1.2.

The new SDK 3.1.2, which now includes Xcode 3.2.1, is available in versions that are compatible with Leopard and Snow Leopard for iPhone and iPod Touch developers.

The update, according to information we received from a developer, contains general bug fixes for the SDK and Xcode. Dashcode is reported to now support the creation of Web applications that are optimized for Safari on the iPhone, PC, and Mac.

If you've seen and used this new update, please tell us about your experiences with it in the comments.

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