Apple releases iPhone OS SDK 3.2 beta 2 for iPad

Apple has released an update for the iPhone SDK for the iPad, bringing the current version of that SDK to 3.2 beta 2.

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Apple has released an update for the iPhone SDK for the iPad, bringing the current version of that SDK to 3.2 beta 2.

Like previous versions of the SDK, beta 2 includes Xcode and is only available in a version compatible with Snow Leopard for iPad developers.

The SDK supports the larger 1,024x768-pixel screen resolution of the iPad and its new interface features. It follows the iPhone OS and SDK 3.2 beta released for the Apple iPad in January. So far, we haven't heard of any major differences between the two.

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