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    Default where is the SDK actually located?
    I just downloadedd the SDK and ran the setup, now i only have one question...

    Where is the actual SDK located, i cannot find it at all.
    Please help i just got this new MacBook and this is the only trouble ive had so far.
    A Thanks is always nice =]

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    Click on your Mac HD, under applications, there should be a folder called SDK. All the programs are there.

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    nope not for me =/

    what should i do now?
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    Try searching it in spotlight.
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    yeah i did i tried all results even buttttt i cant oh well i guess it was really just for entertainment its not a big deal if i cant get it.
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    Mine was actually somewhere else. Not sure if it is because I had previously had a OS X SDK. Anyway check here:

    Mac HD>Developer> (Interface Builder, Xcode, etc...)

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    Just download a sample app, click its xcode.proj file and it opens the SDK.

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