This year’s 2019 Apple Design Awards yesterday nominated 9 different winners consisting of iOS and gaming developers. These developers come from around the world, which consist of Austria, Australia, England, France, Italy, Lithuania, and the United States. These nominees represent from their unique approach to the best design, in the UI, sound, graphics, haptics, CoreML and Metal. Continue reading 2019 Apple Design Awards Winners
Back in December, Apple informed those registered in the Developer Program that future iPhone apps built with the iOS 12 SDK must support the iPhone Xs Max and for iPad apps, must support the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. Yesterday, Apple notified developers that starting March 27, 2019, all iPhone or iPad apps must support these models.
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Since iOS 7, there hasn’t been a major overhaul of iOS except for visual tweaks and performance upgrades. iOS has grown long-in-the-tooth, so “Seriously It’s Time For An Update.”
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Apple’s Enterprise Developer Program has been making headlines recently, most notably with both Facebook and Google deploying “research” apps that violate Apple’s Privacy agreement. Now, Apple has begun cracking down on “pirates” within the program who deploy “hacked” versions of popular apps like ad-free Spotify, Pokémon Go, and more.
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In a new App Store update, iOS users will be able to manage their subscriptions through the App Store easier than before. Here’s everything we know so far.
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Apple has shut down Facebook’s ability to distribute internal iOS apps after learning they were paying to gain access to user’s iPhone’s through a “research” app. Here’s everything we know about the situation.
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Notwithstanding the fact that Apple cut its 1Q 2019 revenue forecasts and announced that they saw “fewer iPhone upgrades” than anticipated, the company stated in a press release today that a new worldwide App Store spending record has been set over the holidays, with customers spent $1.22 billion between Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve, and $322 million on New Year’s Day 2019 alone, setting a new single-day record.
Continue reading Apple Set Another Record-Breaking App Store Revenue During The Holidays