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Nowadays, Apple has required all Mac users running macOS 10.10 Yosemite and earlier to update to latest macOS versions or update their third-party browsers in order to check out the Apple Online Store. Users will get an error message every time they attempt to visit the Apple Online Store website on older macOS versions. Continue reading Apple is no longer allowing users running OS X Yosemite or earlier to access their online store
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During WWDC 2019, Apple announced plans that’ll require App Developers to implement “Sign in with Apple” on all future and existing apps. Apple claims this method is more secure than other forms of signing in, and won’t share your information with third-parties like Google or Facebook. Here’s everything you need to know about “Sign in with Apple.”
Continue reading Apple will require developers to add “Sign in with Apple” option in their apps later this fall
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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
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.
Continue reading Apple blocks Facebook from running internal iOS apps after ‘research’ app controversy