Finally…oh, yeah – NOW I’m getting one.
From TheStreet.com via Yahoo!:
On March 6, Apple is holding an event for analysts and the media to formally announce plans for its highly anticipated iPhone and iPod Touch software developers’ kit (SDK) that would allow third-party applications to run on the device. Those applications, which in my mind more resemble the weather, stocks and maps widgets currently on the device, would bring a lot more functionality, and that is saying something, given how easy and useful the iPhone currently is.
In addition to outlining the procedures developers will need to follow in order to author and distribute their own applications through iTunes, Apple’s invite suggests that the company will reveal some enterprise-geared features for the device.
As widely reported on the web over the last few months and had been evident by job postings over at Apple, the company has formed a team whose primary objective is to test future Exchange and Outlook functionality with the touch-screen handset.