Apple has launched a new free iPhone Developer University Program, created for higher-education institutions interested in introducing curriculum for developing iPhone OS applications, CNET reports. The program will allow instructors and professors to create a development team with up to 200 students. Additionally, the site offers a number of development resources, tools for testing and debugging, and the ability to share applications within the development team–the same benefits afforded by the general iPhone Developer Program. Applications created by these institutions can even be submitted to the iTunes App Store for distribution. The program will only be available to accredited higher education institutions within the United States…

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