iPhone SDK screenshots

Images of Apple's new iPhone SDK including the simulator, application organizer and template chooser.

Our sister site iPhone Atlas has posted some screenshots of Apple's newly minted iPhone Software Development Kit (SDK), which is now available. The shots show a template chooser, an application organizer and the iPhone Simulator (dubbed "Aspen Simulator"). All program assembly takes place in Xcode 3.1, a new version of the integrated development environment for Mac OS X. Accompanying the development kit is a swath of documentation from Apple, including code samples, a series of instructional videos on iTunes and more. While the SDK is free, joining the iPhone developer program--which will provide technical support, code testing and allow distribution through the "App Store"--costs $100.

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