iPhone 2.0 Software Beta announced

iPhone 2.0 Software Beta announced
Today Apple announced the iPhone 2.0 Software Beta, scheduled to be released in late June. The new version will include SDK, beta of which can now be downloaded by anyone. Selected developers will also have access to beta of the iPhone 2.0 software to test their applications.

The 2.0 version will come with App. Store as an icon in the main menu, allowing the customers to download (buy) applications. Various programs will be available including, such as AIM messenger, games, with a few titles (Spore from EA Mobile) already announced, etc.

The new 2.0 software version will also include support for Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync which will make the iPhone more attractive for corporate users. It would allow for push email, contacts and calendars, similar to BlackBerry phones or smartphones running on Windows Mobile.

source: Apple

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