Apple Changes iPhone Developer Agreement Again

The ever changing iPhone Developer Agreement has again been amended. Earlier this year, Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) changed the agreement to exclude interpreted code. This was done to keep Adobe Flash-based applications out of the App Store. Adobe had created a compiler and released it as part of its CS4 suite of development tools that took programs developed in Flash and turned them … Read More

US regulators considering investigation into Apple’s mobile advertising policy

Earlier today we reported that Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) had amended its iPhone Developer Agreement, specifically clause 3.3.9 related to advertising networks. The amendment was written in such a way that it allowed Steve Jobs to make good on a promise he made at D8 to open up the SDK for third parties to collect data for services such as advertising. But at the … Read More

Apple relaxes iPhone Advertising Restrictions. Locks AdMob out

At D8 last week Steve Jobs offered a rather weak argument for why Apple had changed clause 3.3.9 in its iPhone Developer Agreement. The changes appeared to ban third parties from collecting analytical data from apps running on customer’s iPhones. And, if you remember, caused some consternation when first reported, shortly after the iPhone OS 4.0 Preview event. Steve’s explanation … Read More

Skype and Other Chat Services to Wait on Apple’s FaceTime

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One of the more interesting offshoots of the WWDC 2010 keynote on Monday was the introduction of video chat to the iPhone 4. Employing a new protocol Apple has dubbed FaceTime, the iPhone 4 now allows for iPhone-to-iPhone video calling over Wi-Fi. But Apple didn’t stop there. To help ensure the adoption of FaceTime as a standard over other video … Read More

Meet the iPhone 4 Simulator. Much higher resolution and iPad styling

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One of our readers sent in some screen shots taken in the new iPhone 4 Simulator. As you can see its a lot more like the iPad Simulator in styling. But what is particularly interesting is that when you put the old iPhone Simulator next to the new iPhone 4 Simulator on the same computer screen, and view similar web pages … Read More

Some clues to Apple’s future iPhone 4 network plans

Synchronized with the launch of Apple’s iPhone 4 at WWDC 2010, an FCC filing has been publicised which makes some interesting reading if you want to try and figure out some of Apple’s plans for global smart phone domination. It also makes Apple’s iPhone 4 the first device in the world to be released, and sport 5 frequency bands. The new … Read More

Apple’s Stunning App Store Hyperwall at WWDC 2010

In “Apple World” the equivalent of Christmas is WWDC. And in “Apple World” the equivalent of a Christmas Tree is an App Store Hyperwall! Currently on display at WWDC is a veritable Christmas Tree celebrating the eternal Christmas of Apple’s iTunes App Store. Apple’s Hyperwall, put simply, is 30 LED screens which together form a video wall showing the top … Read More

iWork Coming to iPhone 4?

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Dissecting every little move Apple makes is more than a pastime for some, its their life’s ambition. It’s what leads to the rumor and speculation that surrounds Apple and sometimes gives us a juicy little peak into what the future has in store for us. Just such a tidbit surfaced yesterday amid the hubbub around the WWDC keynote address. In … Read More

Download iPhone 4 WWDC 2010 Keynote Event

Download WWDC 2010 iPhone 4 Keynote

Apple has just updated their website with the download / streaming link for the iPhone 4 and iOS 4 WWDC keynote event. Today Steve Jobs introduced the new iPhone 4 with a completely new design and over 100 new features. Apple’s iPhone 4 features 5MP camera, HD video recording, video calls, front and back facing camera with LED flashlight, new retina display … Read More

Safari 5 now available for download through Software Update

We recently reported on rumors which suggested that Apple will introduce Safari 5 during the WWDC, Apple chose to focus on iPhone 4 and iOS 4 announcements today however, Safari 5 is now available for download through software update. This update contains new features including: Safari Reader: Click on the new Reader icon to view articles on the web in a single, … Read More

iPhone 4 Pre-order starts June 15. Available June 24

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The new iPhone 4 is certainly a major hardware upgrade for which a lot of people have been waiting for a long time. Video calls (FaceTime) and LED flash light were one of the most requested features and Apple has done a great job in offering what the consumers had been asking for. Apple’s new products always tend to push … Read More

iPhone 4 Hands-On Reviews and First Impressions

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Apple is all set to change everything again with the latest iPhone. Today Steve Jobs unveiled the new iPhone which is officially called iPhone 4. After the keynote event the WWDC attendees got an opportunity to check out the new iPhone 4 and various tech sites are now publishing their hands-on review and first impressions. Engadget posted a video of FaceTime demo and wrote: … Read More

iPhone 4 and iOS 4 WWDC 2010 Keynote Event Roundup

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Well there we have it. The much anticipated and speculated WWDC Keynote for 2010 has come and gone. And while it is hardly the truth to say that an Apple presentation is underwhelming, it certainly didn’t have the intrigue, surprise product announcements, or John Hodgman-based farewell rumored to happen. Today’s announcement was totally about the new iPhone 4 and iOS … Read More

WWDC 2010 Keynote All-in-one Live Feed. New iPhone 4G / HD Event

Steve Jobs will kick off the WWDC 2010 with a live keynote presentation today at the Moscone Center in less than 10 minutes. Apple is widely rumored to announce the new iPhone 4G / HD, demo iPhone OS 4 features and introduce iTunes streaming. The latest leak we recently reported is the Magic Trackpad or Magic Slate which will connect … Read More

PC Guy to Open WWDC Keynote today?

There are a lot of rumours flying around that the “Get a Mac” series of ads are coming to an end with a blockbuster finale at WWDC this year. Justin Long will not appear in this last ad. But apparently John Hodgeman, who plays “PC Guy” in the iconic sketches, finished filming a skit last week where he tries to … Read More