Here we go …


I’m going to try and post stuff as we go through the Apple event. I’ve got high hopes …

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  1. Here's an interesting section from the new iPhone OS 3.2 SDK:

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    File-Sharing Support

    Applications that want to share files with the user can now do so using the file-sharing support in iPhone OS 3.2. Here’s how it works:

    An application indicates that it wants to share files by including the UIFileSharingEnabled key in its Info.plist file.

    It puts whatever files it wants to share in its Documents/Shared directory.

    When the device is plugged into the user’s computer, a mount point is added to the system and the contents of any shared directories appear on the user’s desktop.

    Users can modify the contents of this directory freely by copying files out, deleting files, or dragging new files in.
    ———————————–

    However, it should be noted that iPhone OS 3.2 *does not* actually run on iPhones or iPods, just the iPad! However, one could assume that this feature will come to iPhones/iPods whenever their OS is updated.

    Maybe this is why Apple wanted ioLibrary gone?

  2. Here's an interesting section from the new iPhone OS 3.2 SDK:

    ———————————–

    File-Sharing Support

    Applications that want to share files with the user can now do so using the file-sharing support in iPhone OS 3.2. Here’s how it works:

    An application indicates that it wants to share files by including the UIFileSharingEnabled key in its Info.plist file.

    It puts whatever files it wants to share in its Documents/Shared directory.

    When the device is plugged into the user’s computer, a mount point is added to the system and the contents of any shared directories appear on the user’s desktop.

    Users can modify the contents of this directory freely by copying files out, deleting files, or dragging new files in.
    ———————————–

    However, it should be noted that iPhone OS 3.2 *does not* actually run on iPhones or iPods, just the iPad! However, one could assume that this feature will come to iPhones/iPods whenever their OS is updated.

    Maybe this is why Apple wanted ioLibrary gone?

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