Sure, anyone can download the iPhone SDK, but it takes a little something extra to actually give those apps a go on a real device, now doesn't it? It appears that Apple has sent out thousands upon thousands of rejection letters today to would-be users of Apple's iPhone 2.0 beta firmware via the $99 iPhone developer and $299 enterprise programs, leaving nearly everyone without App Store access, without gems like Cisco VPN support, and indeed, without hope. How'd you fare?

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