An iPhone development course from Stanford University has recently reached a million downloads from Apple’s iTunes U, AppleInsider reports. Stanford's iPhone development class generated new attention after the university promised to publish it to the public as a free podcast using iTunes U. Apple reportedly has served more than a billion applications to iPhone and iPod touch users within the first nine months of launching its App Store. The company also continues to support iTunes U by developing podcasting support in GarageBand and marketing the Podcast Producer feature of Mac OS X Server to universities as a way to efficiently...

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