Apple Releases Completed iPhone OS 3.2 SDK

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Apple released the official iPhone OS 3.2 SDK late on Monday, giving developers the non-beta version of the application development tools days ahead of the iPad launch.

Prior to last night’s update, developers were coding their apps with beta versions of the tools, and even had to finish their iPad apps with the pre-release SDK to hit the March 27 deadline if they wanted their titles available on the April 3 iPad launch day.

Along with iPhone OS 3.2 SDK, Apple also made iPad 3.2 firmware available to developers and stated that it will release at least some future iPad firmware updates to developers for free.

iPhone OS 3.2 SDK and iPad 3.2 firmware are available for registered developers at the Apple Web site.

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