One of the biggest announcements to come from Apple is that they are open for software developments by independent companies. That’s right, new mods and software to enhance the usability and functionality of the new Apple iPhone. As it opens its doors it will also open up a lot of new features that will most likely be developed by outsiders which will be a huge favor for Apple since it does not have to spend that much money in software developments for their mobile phone.
You can expect a massive rush of software developers trying to build and push their new applications for the iPhone in a few short coming months. Well what’s not to rush or get excited about. I mean the new iPhone is awesome, it’s got an internet browser, photo browser, music player, the only thing its lacking is Instant Messaging! Can’t wait for Microsoft, Yahoo and Skype to launch on iPhone.
With such a bold move to be open, Apple can expect a nice steady growth of new application and popularity of its iPhone. Steve Jobs Apple’s Co-Founder has announced that there will provide a development toolkit for all outsider programmers around February 2008. “We are excited about creating a vibrant third-party developer community around the iPhone and enabling hundreds of applications for users.”
Did You know: There has been over 1 Million iPhone’s sold world wide since the official launch in June?