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Xcode 4 Available on Mac App Store

On Wednsday, Apple released Xcode 4 as a free update to all of its currently registered developers. However, now everyone else that has a Mac can download the latest Xcode for $4.99 to design apps and just play around with the Objective-C language. But the drawbacks of downloading it from the Mac App Store as opposed to registering in the develolper program are: Not being able to access beta firmwares of iOS builds, not being able to submit apps to the App Store and not having access to a lot of developer help from Apple. 

Overall, it’s pretty cool that Apple is allowing people to get the latest version of Xcode for cheap and hopefully it will encourage even more people to develop apps in the future. If you’re really cheap though, you can still download Xcode 3 for free.

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On Wednsday, Apple released Xcode 4 as a free update to all of its currently registered developers. However, now everyone else that has a Mac can download the latest Xcode for $4.99 to design apps and just play around with the Objective-C language. But the drawbacks of downloading it from the Mac App Store as opposed to registering in the develolper program are: Not being able to access beta firmwares of iOS builds, not being able to submit apps to the App Store and not having access to a lot of developer help from Apple. 

Overall, it’s pretty cool that Apple is allowing people to get the latest version of Xcode for cheap and hopefully it will encourage even more people to develop apps in the future. If you’re really cheap though, you can still download Xcode 3 for free.