Humm - I wonder if maybe<br><br>Application developers swarm to iPhone<br><br>Some excerpts;<br><br>[color:blue]Apple recently provided the tools engineers need to create applications for its popular mobile device. The Cupertino company said some 250,000 iPhone software development kits have been downloaded. </font color=blue><br><br>Keep in mind that the App Store will be located "inside" the iTunes Store - more fresh bait for Apple<br><br>[color:blue]Apple could be creating a billion-dollar industry built around the iPhone, said Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster. In a recent note to investors, Munster wrote that the App Store could create a $1 billion-plus iPhone ecosystem by the end of 2009</font color=blue> <-- Ka Ching, lets see 30% of a billion bucks off someone else's work, good move Apple<br><br><br>
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