Developers are now allowed to access iPhone OS 3.1, beta 3, a sure sign that we’re approaching the estimated September release date of the update. The new version should bring support for video APIs, that would make augmented reality apps real and probably fill the App Store with this kind of programs.



Now, let’s see the developers at work, fixing all the bugs of iPhone OS 3.1, while the “dark side” of the developing community readies a jailbreak and unlock software… maybe.

[via Engadget Mobile]

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