Update: Yep, turns out they are full of **it.

Tinycode, makers of applications and stability patches for the iPhone is displaying some pretty heady info on their webpage.  Until recently, their fixes have been available via the Installer application.

[UPDATE:
Tiny Code no longer produces fixes or applications for firmware 1.1.3.
We can’t say much, but we are working with Apple and with their SDK for the next firmware release and SDK applications and we shouldn’t be missed for long. We will no longer update our Installer.app repo for legality reasons and you should see us soon on iTunes.

This isn’t Exchange support or EA games but it is the first we’ve heard of an organization working with the SDK, if they are being truthful.  Also their assertion that Applications will be distributed through iTunes confirms earlier reports.

Update: their site has gone down…

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