iPhone Developers Discuss 3GS Implications, No Schism For App Store

All in all, it looks like iPhone game developers have got a lot of new options and opportunities since the launch of Apple's newest, the 3GS.

The "S" stands for "speed," the company said, but beyond the celerity boost, the 3.0 software upgrade notably adds the ability to take microtransactions. The 3GS also supports the OpenGL ES 2.0 graphics API, which allows for richer visuals -- leading to some speculation that OpenGL ES 2.0 could splinter the App Store's library.

Faster processing, better graphics and different monetization models mean the iPhone game space will only continue to refine and diversify -- but the upgrade certainly raises interesting questions about how the end user will continue experiencing the titles.

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