Soon Apple will release its much talked about iPhone SDK for developers to build native iPhone applications that run on non-Jailbroken iPhones.
So what third-party iPhone apps are you hoping to see developed?
Apple will invite third-party developers next February to build actual iPhone applications aside from the limiting web-based ones that are currently supported.
Apple has jumped back and forth from its position on third-party apps since May, when it said it was “wrestling with the idea” of allowing them. In June, the company teased developers by authorizing only web-based applications, which meant any software not made by Apple had to run on the Safari browser, instead of on the iPhone platform itself.