I have read posts/rumors about Apple creating a way for Mac applications to run natively on Windows (YellowBox?) and Windows applications to run natively on Macs (RedBox?), but I do not think that will happen; however, I do think Apple will provide a version of Xcode that runs on Windows. I am not talking about a full-blown version that can be used to create applications for the Mac but one that is specifically for creating iPhone and iPod touch applications. This makes a lot of sense because if Apple wants to get the iPhone into the corporate world they need to get an IDE into the hands of corporate (i.e. Windows) developers without requiring them to pony up for a Mac.
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3/15/08 at 9:36am