|Mar 2, 2009, 01:13 PM||#1|
about latest sdk
surely it's a totally dumb question, and I guess i've already answered it by myself, but let me be sure:
I've got the 10.4.11 os x version, and the iphone's dev page clearly states that I must have the 10.5.5 as a minimum..
So my two questions:
- If I want to begin developing for the iphone, I need to upgrade my system, and that means I've got to pay for the upgrade before I can even start developing... Is it true?
- If that's the case, is there any place where I can download previous versions of the sdk?
And if I'm not lucky with the above questions, why this politics? I'll save for myself rants and similars...
Thank you very much,
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