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Apple Releases A New iPhone SDK & Pulls It Right After: Includes New Camera References (Updated)

February 24, 2010

Apple posted the latest version of the iPhone SDK (3.2 beta 3) for its registered developers only to pull it shortly after for unknown reasons. Fortunately, some quick developers managed to get their hands on it in time and here is what we know about it so far:
  • It now includes the
  • It allows you to pick separate wallpapers for the lock screen and the background
  • Brings a new app binary format, which allows developers to make one file which should run on all iDevices
  • It features an unexplained "camera tab" in the

Is it camera like in "imported camera roll" or camera like in "there is a camera and you don't know about it yet" ? I guess we'll find out soon enough.

[via 9to5mac] ***Update Alright, so the camera tab is still present and it's acting a little strange actually. When you try to access it, you get a dark screen for a couple seconds which then sends you back to the photo tab and the camera tab disappears. Macrumors also found some new references to zoom, camera flash, and to a front facing camera in the code. As well as this very suggesting graphic:

Very strange...

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