Steve Jobs didn’t stop to mention micro-blogging in his keynote at this week’s Apple WWDC conference. But he did reveal that Web 2.0 developers will be able to create applications for the iPhone, which should ensure Twitter makes it onto Apple’s phone sooner rather than later.
One developer’s getting in early. Dean Robinson has cooked up iTweetr, which claims to be a working demo of an iPhone Twitter client. The idea is you’d be able to read your Friends Timeline, but also post tweets from your phone. If you can hack the on-screen keyboard, of course.
iTweetr website (via Twitterati)