Earlier this week we told you Apple had given developers the ability to allow educational institutions to get a discount on volume App Store purchases. At the time, Apple hadn't give anyone any information on the volume pricing program, but they have finally explained how this volume licensing program will work.
It's not that unbelievable to hear that the iPod Touch is getting a significant update, since it's always been considered the non-phone version of the iPhone. Now that the iPhone 4 is out, it's time for the iPod touch to do some serious catching up. But, does that catching up involve getting a dual camera and retina display?
When developers log into iTunes Connect today, they will be prompted to accept a new paid application contract offered by Apple. The contract adds an amendment that will allow developers to offer education discounts when multiple copies of the same program is purchased. While developers must accept the new amendment in order to keep putting apps on the App Store, they will also be able to turn on and off discounts in the application management area of iTunes Connect.
Sure you can get a whole lot of iPod, iPad, and iPhone accessories, but one of the biggest and most relaxing accessory we've seen is the AcuTouch 9500. This massage chair connects to an iOS application called HT-Connect to store your massage presets, and even download massages designed by doctors and sports stars
Thank goodness it's Friday, and we just got paaaaaaaaaaaid (actually, next weekend is moreso pay day, but at least we're preparing for it beforehand!). Bust out those iPhones, iPads, and whatever else to party on down for the weekend. But don't forget to stop by the bank and get some cash, and maybe take a moment to peruse your iOS device and see what is hip and happening in your town. Read on for more suggestions to enjoy the heck out of your weekend, and don't blow that paycheck all in one place!
A new analyst report claims that Apple could release new products in September. Among the new refreshes are a new iPod touch, new iPod nanos, and two new models of Apple's ultra-portable MacBook Air notebook. There have been multiple rumors surrounding a new iPod touch with a FaceTime camera, complementing Apple's ever changing product lineup.
Remember that pesky iPod touch prototype with a camera from last year? If you were disappointed that it never made it to market, you might have another chance. It’s back on eBay with about a day and a half left -- assuming that Apple’s legal team doesn’t lop the auction off at the knees before then.
We wanted to update you on the iPod touch rumors surfacing the globe. This morning, we caught wind that case manufacturers already knew something we didn't about the next generation music player, and now there are leaked shots of the purported device showing up on MacRumors.
Oh, those nutty case manufacturers and their product leaks which drive Apple so crazy! With the iPad and the iPhone 4 launch behind us, the rumor mill is churning with news of what the fourth generation iPod touch may look like -- and here’s a reportedly “reliable” leak that may hold the answer.
Whatever it might be that Apple has planned for Lala--the much-mourned music streaming property that the Cupertino-based behemoth acquired and woefully shut down back in May--they're playing it close to their chest.
While you wait for what we're all hoping will be the awesome power to stream our entire music iTunes music library from the cloud, let Mac|Life show you how anyone with a MobileMe account can start streaming their tunes for free right now. While you won't be able to listen to a playlist you've hashed together, the ability it groove to individual audio files streamed to your iOS device on the cheap is a great first step. Let's get started!