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Apple's 'iWatch' to have own software development kit and App Store for third-party apps
Apple's rumored wearable device will its own SDK and even its very own App Store for third-party apps.
| September 7
Fleksy SDK Exits Private Beta, Enables App Devs To Offer Smart Keyboard Alternative
Fleksy has just announced a significant update to its iOS SDK, which is now out of private beta.
| February 20
Aniways Offers A More Intelligent And Intuitive Way To Chat With Emoticons
Aniways' SDK seeks to streamline emoticon entry for end users and improve monetization for messaging app developer.
| January 25
Company Behind Fleksy Makes The Leap And Releases iOS SDK
Syntellia is on the ground this week at SXSW 2013 as it showcases its popular gesture-based keyboard app, Fleksy.
| March 12
Philips Releases iOS SDK And Other Developer Tools For Hue Controlled Lighting System
Philips has just released an SDK for iOS for its Hue controlled lighting system.
| March 11
Latest SDK Sheds More Light On iOS 5 Siri Integration
You may have heard about Apple integrating voice recognition technology and Siri-like assistive features in iOS 5. While Apple will most likely only unveil this new feature at the combined iOS 5 and iPhone 5 launch, everyone has been very curious about what it will actually do.
| August 15
Qualcomm Releases Augmented Reality SDK For iOS, Expect More Impressive AR Apps Soon
As originally noted by TechCrunch, Qualcomm has released its Augmented Reality Software Development Kit (SDK) for iOS. The SDK allows iOS developers to create impressive augmented reality applications, and is available to download now over at Qualcomm's website.
| July 28
From The SDK: iOS 5 Mobile Safari To Feature Extensions And Download Manager [Updated: False Alarm]
According to some iOS 5 SDK discoveries, Apple might be preparing to push the envelop in mobile Safari with support for a download manager, and even extensions.
| July 11
Good News, Game Developers: iCade SDK Available Now For Free
A free software development kit is available to download for ThinkGeek's iCade Arcade Cabinet, meaning iOS game developers can now create applications that are compatible with the "retro" accessory.
| June 25
Apple Planned HDR Photography On iPhone 3GS From The Start?
Could Apple have planned HDR support for iPhone 3GS handsets ahead of iOS 4.1's release? Hidden away within the iOS SDK is an icon for HDR photography. Interestingly enough, there's also a non-Retina icon, too. Which points towards high dynamic range photography on an iPhone 3GS, or 3G. Read on to find out more...
| September 30
Email-Based FaceTime Support Is A Go In iOS 4.1 Beta 3
There is little doubt that Apple has big plans for FaceTime. As we've told you so many times before, it's due to hit the iPod touch shortly, then the iPad and maybe even the Mac. In case you still have any doubt about it, Apple just added email-based FaceTime support to iOS in the latest iOS 4.1 beta 3.
| August 7
Game Center Support Dropped From iPhone 3G & iPod Touch 2G
Only one week since the last release, Apple has published (last night) yet another version of its iOS 4.1 beta. From what we know so far, not much has changed in this third iteration. That is, besides the unfortunate disappearance of GameCenter from the iPhone 3G and iPod touch 2G.
| August 4
From the Diary of an App Developer: Let's Start Programming!
Even though the design phase of your application is going well, it probably feels like it's missing something. That "something" would be the programming--the aspect of development that turns design into functionality. This week, we'll start our programming training with some very simple SDK tutorials.
| May 24