Quite a lot of Apple news in the media today.
- Apple has released a brand new version of their Safari browser, and it only took 2 hours for someone to hack an exploit out for it. There are some good reviews around as to what makes the software so compelling, but you might want to wait for the next version before you give it a try.
- Apple is opening up the iPhone API for 3rd party developers to write applications for it. This is an excellent move by Apple as it will help adoption of the new platform and quickly help iPhone sales reach critical mass. Closed platforms are very much a thing of the past, and many companies can leverage these APIs in different ways. It’s one thing that makes FaceBook so great.
- Seems like there are few iPhones being given to reviewers to write up and start to spread the buzz. Will be interesting to watch if the technology is all it’s cracked out to be, and if the iPhone really takes things to a brand new level.
Need to check when the European version of the iPhone will be out …