The iPhone Operating System version 2.2 beta 2 was briefly available to the software developer. The Appleiphone writes that software developers must accept a new SDK Agreement before they can gain access to the update. This would keep the iPhone software development process goes under closed community until its ready for public release.
The actual paragraph that refers to the NDA in the SDK Agreement does not allow disclosure with anyone outside software developer’s organization shown below:
You agree that any Apple pre-release software (including related documentation and materials) and any information disclosed by Apple to you in connection with Apple Events or Paid Content (defined below) will be considered and referred to as “Apple Confidential Information.
However according to Arstechnica, the access to the software doesn’t work anymore and the beta version of iPhone software OS 2.2 was removed shortly after it was made available. This could be a good sign that Apple preparing to release the iPhone OS 2.2 soon. Lets wait for the official announcement from Apple and then we can update our iPhone with the latest iPhone firmware.
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