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					By Brian Deen

Are you interested in developing apps for the iPhone? Do you want to know
where to learn about iPhone software development? If you do read this
article to find out more.

The iPhone has revolutionized the world of communication and
entertainment, and also brought with it an overall access to knowledge
that is unparalleled in human history. One of the main reasons for this
technological renaissance is the invention of iPhone applications, or
more simply apps. The landscape of iPhone apps is constantly growing with
thousands of new apps created daily. People are not only interested in
acquiring apps for their phones, they are also more and more interested
in developing their own apps as it can be a great way to explore your
creativity while also earning some good money on the side. In this
article, I have listed some iPhone books where anyone who is interested
in exploring iPhone software development can find the information they
need to put their creativity into practice, and begin to share their
application inventions with the universe. In my opinion, purchasing a
book to gain knowledge on iPhone software development is an essential
investment when it comes to getting into the business of creating iPhone
apps.

The first of the iPhone books that I believe to be useful is 'iPhone and
iPad Apps for Absolute Beginners' by Rory Lewis. Obviously, this book is
what its title implies; it is a good guide for people who have never
developed software for the iPhone, and it can give you a step by step
approach on how to learn this ability. This particular book thoroughly
explains in plain English the basics to iPhone software development and
how to create apps for the iPhone. 'iPhone and iPad Apps for Absolute
Beginners' is great for the amateur app developer, but if you have more
experience in this field, there are other iPhone books that can be
beneficial.

One of these iPhone books is 'iPhone Advanced Projects' by Ben Smith,
Dylan Bruzenak, Joachim Bondo, Owen Goss, Peter Honeder, Ray Kiddy, Steve
Finkelstein, Tom Harrington, Jonathan Saggau, Noel Llopis, Joe Pezzillo,
Florian Pflug, and David Mark. With this many authors, it is logical to
assume this book has an extensive compilation of information for advanced
iPhone software development. 'iPhone Advanced Projects' is for the iPhone
software developer who wants to take their application building abilities
to the next level. It includes ways to optimize the performance of your
apps, how to debug errors in iPhone code, environment mapping and much
more.

These are only a couple of the hundreds of iPhone books that are
available to people who are interested in iPhone software development. As
I mentioned before, there is a broad scope of iPhone books that people
can purchase, ranging from beginner iPhone app development, to advanced,
to game development and much more.

All three of the iPhone books mentioned in this article, as well as
hundreds of others, can be found at hotphoneaccessories.com. This is a
great site not only for a great selection of iPhone books, but also great
iPhone accessories including iPhone cases, batteries, docking stations,
chargers and much more. I recommend this site to anyone looking for a
good deal on iPhone accessories.

				
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