iPhone 3.x Software Upgrade

I recently ran into some issues when trying to upgrade my development software (SDK) so that I could develop iPad applications at the same time as my iPhone application projects.

When trying to install the upgrade, I realized that I needed OS 10.6.X (Snow Leopard). Is this some kind of agenda on the part of Apple to make me upgrade from Leopard?

Now, I’m not saying that $30 is a huge amount to pay for the increased functionality (especially if they actually come through with the 64 bit support). I’m just saying I was annoyed to find out AFTER I tried to upgrade my SDK.

Have others found a work around for this?
Am I the only one annoyed by having to upgrade my OS in order to develop for whatever new toys they put out?

2 thoughts on “iPhone 3.x Software Upgrade

  1. Since its release the iPhone (developed by Apple) has become an internet phenomenon. This is partly down to its silky smooth design (including its lack of buttons and its amazing touch screen) and the fact that it’s a new platform for software developers to create applications on. In just a few short years, the iPhone has had thousands of apps created for it for a whole manner of things. So what were the 4 best apps in 2009.

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