This year’s WWDC 19 Keynote was jam-packed with announcements, including iOS 13, macOS Catalina, iPadOS, and watchOS 6. Let’s sum it up on what we saw on Monday’s Keynote. Continue reading This is all the software that was announced Monday at WWDC 2019
Today is check-in day for the WWDC attendees and scholars. Developers flooded the convention center this morning to get their badges, pins, jackets and a shirt. Here’s what we know about this. Continue reading WWDC 19 Attendees Pick Up Badges And Swag Prior to Event
In a new report, Apple is likely considering Apple Pay Cash as the method they use to pay Developers. This will make Apple Pay one of the largest payment distribution systems on the planet. Here’s everything we know so far.
Continue reading Apple will soon pay App Store Developers through Apple Pay Cash
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.
Continue reading Apple requires all apps submitted after March 27 must support iPhone Xs Max and iPad Pro
Apple has officially announced dates for its annual World Wide Developers Conference. The event will take place McEnery Convention Center, San Jose, California, from June 3rd to the 7th. We expect to see updates to iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS, and the slight possibility of a Mac Pro preview.
Continue reading Apple confirms WWDC event, will take place June 3-7, 2019 in San Jose
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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.
Continue reading Apple cracking down on pirates in its Enterprise Developer Program
Earlier today, Apple informed all members of its Developer Program that two-factor authentication must be enabled on their accounts by the end of the month. Here’s everything we know so far.
Continue reading Apple now requires two-factor authentication be enabled for developer accounts