Video: Apple Posts iPhone Developer Profiles
Apple has posted video interviews with four developers working with the iPhone SDK in anticipation of WWDC in June. In each one, the developers talk about how their experience of working with the tools and frameworks provided with the iPhone SDK to create their own unique applications and selling them in the App Store.
The videos feature:
- Dr. Ge Wang of Smule, developers of the popular social sound apps Ocarina [$0.99] and newly released Leaf Trombone: World Stage [$0.99], among others.
- Christina Wick, a member of AOL’s Mac software team, who used the SDK to develop AIM [Free / $2.99], AOL Radio [Free] and more.
- Werner Jainek with Cultured Code, developers of Things for Mac and iPhone [$9.99].
- Steve Demeter with Demiforce, makers of the popular game Trism [$2.99].
You can watch them on Apple’s WWDC Page.