While many of us are perfectly content not to know the inner workings of how apps are sold on the App Store, no one likes to be cheated -- such as a developer with lower scruples swapping out screenshots after an app has been approved.
Happy election day! We don't know about you, but we'll be quite happy to see those political ads leave the airwaves come Wednesday so things can get back to normal with corporations trying to sell us their wares instead. Before you head out to vote today, why not take a quick look at a handful of stories you might have missed on Monday?
If you hate Apple's new Maps app in iOS 6 and are holding out hope that Google will come to your rescue, you may have a lengthy wait ahead of you -- the search giant has yet to even submit their own App Store version yet.
As rumors persist that Apple will be adding Retina Display to one or more of its Mac products, a curious third-party app has turned up in the Mac App Store that some believe is evidence the rumors are true.
We’ve heard all the horror stories about long App Store approval times in the past, although developers by and large seem pretty happy about the way Apple is doing things these days. One major exception appears to be WhitePages, who is debuting their latest app on Android first because of frustration with Cupertino’s approval process.