Apple releases iPhone OS 4 SDK BETA 3 for developers

9to5Mac are reporting that Apple has released the third iPhone OS 4 SDK BETA and is available to developers in the iPhone Developer Center.

The previous Beta caused some problems for developers with camera functionality and file handling.

Hopes are high that not only will those issues be fixed, but perhaps developers might get to peek at some new features as Apple prepares for the iPhone OS 4 launch at the World Wide Developers Conference next month.

As we get closer to WWDC things that people will be looking for hidden in files in the SDK are possible references to more video conferencing information, and perhaps different screen resolutions or new device identifiers. As well as more information on Game Center and other iPhone OS 4 features, that are yet to be fleshed out in the “public domain”.

If we hear anything we’ll let you know.┬áIf you hear anything do let us know too. You know the place!

[9to5mac]

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