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  • ultimaultima Member, PRO Posts: 1,207
    thought it's always been free, it's the development account that costs money.
  • calvin9403calvin9403 Member Posts: 3,190
    it use to be $4.99
  • SnowAppleMintSnowAppleMint Member Posts: 23
    oh geez. I still have version 3.4? whatever the last free version was. I cant believe 4.1 requires Lion. Lion just came out.
  • jonmulcahyjonmulcahy Member, Sous Chef, PRO Posts: 10,385
  • DZTECHDZTECH Member, PRO Posts: 216
    if you are not a paying developer it used to be you had to use Xcode 3 and if you wanted Xcode 4 you had to buy it from the mac app store however with the release of Mac OS X Lion Apple decided to make it free.
  • NachozNachoz Member Posts: 52
    ive been using xcode for a few years and its allways been free and long before i had a paid developer account, first of hear of it costing anything
  • darpop1darpop1 Member Posts: 16
    im new to xcode but i have xcode 4 theres no books out there for xcode 4 can someone help me please

    kind regards
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