Apple appears to be getting all of its ducks in a row ahead of the iOS 7 release this fall, including two significant changes to its App Store Review Guidelines related to apps intended for kids or online gamblers.
Google may have set the tech world abuzz Wednesday with its early-morning media event (more on that in our next post), but Apple won the hearts and minds of its developers yesterday by introducing a new System Status page to keep the folks who make iOS and OS X apps up-to-date as Cupertino restores its developer portal. We're also serving up a free app in today's recap, so read on to find out what it is...
If you follow any iOS developers on Twitter, you may have noticed an increased amount of chatter over the last few days about Apple's developer portal being down, which the company has now confirmed to be a security breach.
With mere days to spare before Google Reader takes a dirt nap, the folks at Digg have started rolling out their new Reader service, complete with an iOS app that should be hitting the App Store any moment.
Like many brand-new Apple products, owners of the latest MacBook Air models are finding the notebook's 802.11ac Wi-Fi a bit finicky, with reports of dropped connections last week and now a software bug in OS X that appears to be causing slower file transfers. But take heart: Cupertino usually gets all of these issues fixed sooner rather than later...
If you love media streamer Plex like we do and own an Apple TV, you've no doubt been frustrated by the lack of progress on a jailbreak for the third-generation hardware. But thanks to PlexConnect, it may not matter much anymore.
It's almost hard to remember what the web browser landscape was like on the Mac back in 2002, when Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 dominated and Apple hadn't yet launched Safari, a product which owes a lot to Camino.