It's official you can start downloading games to your iPhone starting in July with the launch of App Store.
The App Store will be part of the iPhone 2.0 firmware update that is free to iPhone users, but $10 for iTouch owners. That's right, Apple is charging for a firmware update.
Games can be downloaded by cell connection if they are less than 10 MB and via WiFi if greater than 10MB.
So far it looks like games will run for $10 a pop, though it will ultimately be up to the developers to set prices. Apple keeps 30 percent of the revenues. If the dev decides to give the game away there is no charge at all from Apple.
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