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July 21, 2011 / David Bleeker

Apple makes Xcode free to all with release of 4.1 on Mac App Store

Apple on Wednesday updated Xcode to version 4.1, and reduced its price to free for anyone who has an Apple ID and access to the Mac App Store.

That’s down from the previous price of $4.99 that Apple began charging the general public in March, when Xcode 4 was first released. That software was also made free to Apple’s registered developers.

Xcode 4.1 (iTunes link) on the Mac App Store will allow non-registered developers to tinker with Apple’s development platform, or even create their own Mac applications outside of the Mac App Store. [read more]

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