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iPad can run all iPhone apps unmodified, new iPhone SDK out today lets developers tweak apps for iPad use

Paul Miller, @futurepaul
January 27, 2010
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It looks like a "big iPhone," and apparently it acts like one too: the iPad can run traditional iPhone apps completely unmodified, and can even zoom them up to full screen. Additionally, a new iPhone SDK is out today to allow developers to tweak their apps for the specifics of the iPad. Of course, Apple has rebuilt its apps from the ground up for the iPad, and developers can do the same with the SDK.

Check out our hands-on with the iPad here.

Gallery: New iPhone & iPad SDK | 12 Photos



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