The software development kit for iPhone software 3.1 has been released, hinting at a few helpful updates, the two big ones being Bluetooth support for Voice Control and the option to Save As… after editing a video so you don’t automatically overwrite the original. Smaller changes, like a vibration when you move icons, OpenGL and Qwartz improvements, APIs giving access to video editing have also been discovered. We’ll likely hear about more little tidbits to be found in the next iPhone OS update as developers do their poking around. Speaking of which, if you are a developer, head over to the Dev Center to get started with the new SDK.
[via The iPhone Blog]