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Apple playing early favorites with iPhone SDK?

Apple playing early favorites with iPhone SDK?

Electronista is reporting that Apple is already giving some lucky developers preliminary builds of their iPhone SDK to start building native applications. Little is actually known about how much access developers will be getting, although Electronista pegs it somewhere close to what Google is offering with its Android platform. While there are no names mentioned in the blog post, based on past history it wouldn't be surprising to see large companies besides Yahoo and Google getting an early shot at building up a group of apps that would be ready come the official launch of the SDK in February.