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Download this collection of iPhone SDK app source code instantly after purchasing through Paypal. Each iPhone programming XCode project has been tested and developed for the iTunes App Store. If you have your iPhone or iPod already setup as your programming device, you can install each of the iPhone apps without submission to the App Store! Also, you can simply open any XCode iPhone project and run it on the iPhone Simulator to see what the app is like on your Mac. If you have an Apple Developer ID already, you can easily build each project right onto your iPhone 3G or 3GS and start on your way to making your own custom iPhone apps with 100 different samples to start working from. Think of these projects like complete tutorial sample code to help you with your iphone sdk app development.
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iPhone tutorials package is a powerful collection of sample code applications which you can learn how to make iphone apps with. The collection of complete iPhone SDK code sample projects includes projects that teach you how to use the accelerometer in your iPhone project to detect shakes and perform an animation or even play a sound effect in your iPhone app, even how to save user information like game information or checking high scores in an online database. Comments throughout the code in most projects will help you get a grip of what this bit of code means and what that or this cocoa function do.
Note: You will need an Apple computer to use the XCode software Apple provides for creating iPhone apps. Plus, if you wish to build for the iTunes App Store, you'll need to join Apple's Developer Program. See the iPhone Dev Center for more information on this.