iPhone Developer's Kit at WWDC?

The New York Times reports on the upcoming iPhone. They mention Steve Jobs' comments last week that 3rd party application development for the iPhone was in the works, but also cites sources that Apple will be unveiling a method for developers to port Mac apps to the iPhone:

A person briefed on Apples plans said that at its software developer conference this month, Apple intends to announce that it will make it possible for developers of small programs written for the Macintosh to easily convert them to run on the iPhone.

Apple's developer conference (WWDC) kicks off next week on June 11th with a keynote speech. We will be providing live coverage at MacRumorsLive.com.

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