According to Mobilized, Qualcomm will be porting its augmented reality environment to iOS devices even though Apple doesn’t use Qualcomm processors (though the Verizon iPhone/iPad and future iOS devices are expected to use Qualcomm baseband chips).
Apple likely isn’t going to drop the A5 for a Snapdragon, but perhaps there is more to the Qualcomm and Apple than currently publicly exists.
Developers will be able to write iOS applications using the toolkit, which has existed for a year on Android, starting in July.
- Apple iPhone will be built in Q3, will have 8-megapixel camera and Qualcomm CDMA/GSM baseband (9to5mac.com)
- Microsoft releases cloud Windows toolkit for iOS (9to5mac.com)
- Gartner: iOS and Android growing, Apple after LG’s #3 handset maker crown (9to5mac.com)
- Apple now field-testing iOS 5 with App Store applications (9to5mac.com)
- Lawyers: AT&T is overcharging iPhone and iPad users (9to5mac.com)
- Apple and Verizon to deliver over-the-air iOS updates to Verizon iPhone (9to5mac.com)
- Medieval sword fighting Infinity Blade updated with brand new multiplayer and survival modes (9to5mac.com)
- Segate debuts GoFlex Satellite wireless storage device for iOS gadgets (9to5mac.com)
- iOS 4.3.3 untethered jailbreak, unlock now available (9to5mac.com)
- Duke Nukem Forever likely arriving to iOS (9to5mac.com)