3rd Party iPhone Apps to Launch Monday?

CNet reports (via iPhoneAlley) that Apple is poised to launch the first of the 3rd party iPhone applications at WWDC on Monday.

A source at a software company that has been working on a native iPhone application tells us the company is getting ready to launch that application on Monday, which could also imply that Apple's App Store will be up and running that day.

A Monday launch of the iTunes App Store would also imply an immediate release of the iPhone 2.0 Firmware which would be much earlier than expected. When Apple announced the iPhone SDK beta and 2.0 firmware, they said the final release would be available "by the end of June."

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Fonzijr1964 Avatar
196 months ago
nice. I have finals that day so i cant watch the apple news until after school sucks for me.
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