Have you checked to see if any other iPhone developers do this?
Who are your competitors? What could the information you put out help them and damage you competitively? How selective will you be in what's included or excluded?
What's your objective in doing this? You're trying to help others at the potential expense of hurting your own company? How come?
I could potentially see value in getting publicity within the iPhone developer community and creating greater awareness of your company. That makes sense. And potentially getting "something" back from other developers that could be a benefit to you by having that visibility and "giving" to them. Plus it's certainly a hot area so could get a lot of attention.
In Guy Kawasaki's book "Reality Check" ( http://www.amazon.com/Reality-Check-Outsmarting-Outmanaging-Outmarketing/dp/1591842239/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1265761981&sr=1-1 ) there's a chapter called "Financial Models for Underachievers" and Glenn Kelman of Redfin walked through his company's financials - costs- both their forecasts as well as actuals. The quote was, "Glenn Kelman of Redfin decided to bare his financial soul so that other enterpeneurs could get greater insight into the witchcraft called financial modeling."
It will be interesting to hear what others say.
Best of luck,