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Development of iPhone App using xcode and Team Foundation Server 2010 Integration

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Over the past few years we have happily used PC's on which we do development to integrate with TFS 2010.  We now have a change of direction which we are now developing Apple iphone applications.  These applications are being developed on the Mac OS environment using xcode.  What would be nice is if the developers are able to integrate directly from xcode into TFS from their Mac computers.  Anyone know if this is possible?
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