The earlier release of the latest iPhone/iPad software development kit
has been updated to a Beta 2 release. As we get closer to the official
sell date on the iPad, we're getting hopeful and excited for what kind
of wonderful newness our iPhone's will be picking up.
It’s no secret that Apple has had an often-tumultuous relationship with some of its App Store developers, but in recent weeks they’ve been making an effort to mend fences, which includes a new survey asking developers if they’re happy with the way things are being run.
Okay, so the world didn't
change. Steve Jobs came out, unveiled the iPad, it was pretty much most
of what we'd come to expect by this point with a surprise or two thrown
in. Seriously, Apple, AT&T again? That we didn't see coming.
you know what you should see coming? A week's worth of articles, sliced
and diced, chopped and grated, and summarized for your pleasure below. Who says the only thing going on is the freaking Super Bowl?
Apple may have turned around App Store approval times since the first of the year and lightened up on some of the draconian restrictions regarding 3G data access, but there are still a few “no-nos” left for them to rap developers’ knuckles with.
Apple's iPad announcement event didn't put an especially large focus on
the gaming possibilities of the new device, but what was shown
demonstrated how easily developers can modify current iPhone and iPod
touch apps with just a brief time investment. We've already seen how
updated versions of N.O.V.A. and Need for Speed: Shift will take
advantage of the iPad, but it got us thinking -- how might some of the
other best-selling or beloved iPhone games use the iPad's updated
features to enhance the existing experience? Here's our list of 25
games we'd love to see enhanced for the iPad.
The tech world seems to be getting more topsy-turvy every minute -- with both AT&T and Apple finally allowing VoIP calls via a 3G data connection, where will the madness end? Prepare to have your minds blown!