iPhone SDK 3.2 Beta 2 (Build 10M2135) Released to Developers

Written By Sam on 10 February 2010
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Earlier we had reported about the availability of iPhone 3.2 SDK for iPad during the Apple Event. Now Apple has updated the iPhone 3.2 SDK to beta 2 (Build 10M2135). Apple iPhone SDK 3.2 Beta 2 will allow the developers to design apps for Apple iPad. You have to be a member of the Developer Program. The iPhone Developer Program provides a complete and integrated process for developing and distributing applications for iPhone, iPod touch and the latest iPad. You can join the Standard Program for $99 and Enterprise Program for $299.

The latest beta version of iPhone OS 3.2 SDK fixes some bugs and allows developers to upgrade their existing iPhone target to a Universal application that supports both iPad and iPhone. Engadget reports the following changes in the iPhone 3.2 SDK beta 2.

  • Changing an iPhone Executable’s working directory from “Build Products directory” may cause the application not to install properly with the error message “The Info.plist for application at (null) specifies a CFBundleExecutable of (null), which does not exist.”
  • In iPhone SDK 3.2 beta 1, Xcode’s Transition feature did not work correctly if the SDK was installed in a location other than /Developer. In beta 2, the feature will work properly with the SDK installed in any location on your system.
  • In iPhone SDK 3.2 beta 1, some users saw the message “A signed resource has been added, modified or deleted…” when rebuilding their projects. This has been fixed for beta 2.
  • We’re also getting reports that there was some kind of testing bug with apps created in SDK 3.2 and running on iPhone 3.1.3, which SDK 3.2 Beta 2 fixes. So, minor stuff.

iPhone 3.2 Beta 2 SDK at Apple Developer Connection

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