iOS is one of the most known programming language today in the mobile industry. The first iPhone was release date back June 2007 and has 350,000+ apps as of January 2011. Certainly, it is the most interesting mobile platform to date, and in the release of iOS SDK 4, things just got better.
Things you need
Before continuing, make sure to note all of this requirements. For starters, you’ll need an Intel-based Mac running Snow Leopard (OS X 10.6.7) and an Xcode 3.2.5 or preferably Xcode 4 (I am using Xcode 4).
To download the SDK, you’ll need to register first in the iOS Developer Program. Apple requires signing up before you’re allowed to download the iOS SDK.
To sign up, go to http://developer.apple.com/devcenter/ios/index.action
As you can see on the picture, download of Xcode is limited to version 4. There are two (2) ways to obtain the IDE, one way is to register as an iOS developer and pay $99/year for the standard program, and $299/year for the enterprise program.
Note: The …