Ready for iPhone development

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I received my iPhone Developer Program activation code this morning, followed the on-line instructions and had no issues at all. My iPhone (Blackberry) and my iTouch (Raspberry) are now provisioned and useable for development and testing.

Double cool.

WooHoo! Just received iPhone developer program e-mail

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It has been just over two weeks since I applied to the developer program, so Monday evening I sent an e-mail using the ‘Contact Us’ page on the developer website asking about my status.

Early this morning I received this message from Apple:

Dear Registered iPhone Developer,

We noticed that you have not yet completed your enrollment in the iPhone Developer Program. Please log in using your Registered iPhone Developer Apple ID to continue with the enrollment process. If you have any questions, or need assistance in completing your enrollment, please contact us.

Best regards,

iPhone Developer Program

When I logged in, I was presented with the iPhone SDK click-through agreement which I am sure I clicked through before, but once I agreed (again), I was able to purchase the developer program through the on-line store.

I assume the message was a reply to my status e-mail, but I guess it could have been a very timely coincidence. Either way, I am just waiting for my purchase to arrive via e-mail so I can begin testing on my iPhone and iTouch.


WordPress iPhone application

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I just downloaded the WordPress application (free) and wanted to try it out.

Other than the normal constraints of iPhone text entry, I like it. Obviously, it will not become my primary blogging method, but I believe it will earn it’s place on my iPhone’s front page.