Apple has seeded developers of its iPhone Developer Program with the Golden Master version of iPhone OS 3.2 SDK.
The Golden Master version means that it is the shipping version of the software that developers must use to develop iPad apps.
9to5Mac reports that Apple has added support for couple of new gestures to the iPhone SDK and has started removing references that had previously hinted at the ability to make video calls on the iPad.
Apple has seeded developers of its iPhone Developer Program with the fourth beta version of iPhone OS 3.2 SDK (build 10M2144).
Based on initial reports it looks like the latest beta version of iPhone OS 3.2 SDK includes many bug fixes, including a fix for Safari’s bookmark feature within the simulator.
Apple had released the latest beta version iPhone OS 3.2 to developers of its iPhone Developer program. But has immediately pulled the update without any explanation.
This was the third beta version of iPhone 3.2 SDK. Earlier beta versions have already revealed some interesting features and also code names for next generation iPhone and iPod Touch.
Folks at 9to5Mac seem to busy digging into iPhone OS 3.2 SDK. They are reporting that iPhone OS 3.2 SDK shows hints of video chatting capability in future iPhones.
They had earlier provided some nice tidbits about the various features in the iPad along with screenshots.
The iPad is just a few weeks away from launch and we cannot wait to lay our hands on one of the devices ourselves.
Folks at 9to5Mac have gathered some nice tidbits about the various features in the iPad after digging into iPhone OS 3.2 SDK and iPad's simulator. Check them out along with the screenshots below.
As you would know, Apple released an iPad simulator as part of the iPhone OS 3.2 SDK in January of this year.
However, as developers working with the simulator might have realized, there is no direct way to access Safari from iPad's simulator, instead it can be accessed in a roundabout way.