Apple to talk iPhone software plans on March 6

SAN FRANCISCO Wed Feb 27, 2008 1:01pm EST

Steven Levy, a journalist from Newsweek magazine, holds the Apple iPhone, one of the two given to journalists in New York before it went on sale, as he is interviewed by television reporters outside the Apple store on New York's 5th Avenue June 29, 2007. Apple Inc said on Wednesday it will reveal its software plans for its iPhone device on March 6, including tools for outside developers and features aimed at businesses. REUTERS/Mike Segar

Steven Levy, a journalist from Newsweek magazine, holds the Apple iPhone, one of the two given to journalists in New York before it went on sale, as he is interviewed by television reporters outside the Apple store on New York's 5th Avenue June 29, 2007. Apple Inc said on Wednesday it will reveal its software plans for its iPhone device on March 6, including tools for outside developers and features aimed at businesses.

Credit: Reuters/Mike Segar

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SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Apple Inc (AAPL.O) said on Wednesday it will reveal its software plans for its iPhone device on March 6, including tools for outside developers and features aimed at businesses.

"Please join us to learn about the iPhone software roadmap, including the iPhone SDK and some exciting new enterprise features," Apple said in an invitation sent to reporters.

(Reporting by Scott Hillis)

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