Apple’s iAd Now Offering 70% Revenue Share to Developers

Apple iAd

Earlier this year, in February, Apple promised its iAd developers that they would increase their payouts later on in the year. This would give the developers who use the iAd service a 10% increase from the current 60% of total earnings. Apple’s decision to raise the payouts isn’t all that … Read the Full Story →

Apple Releases New AirPlay and FaceTime iPhone 4 TV Ads

Apple AirPlay iPhone 4 TV Ad

Apple recently aired two new ads on television that toted the same, “If you don’t have an iPhone” tag line and showed some of the features of the iPhone. No new features were highlighted, however, Apple did go further into detail on some features introduced in iOS 4. The first … Read the Full Story →

Augmented Reality Capability Discovered in Mobile Safari on iOS 4.2

With developers enjoying early access to iOS firmware releases before they go public, it’s not unusual for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch users to find out about new and upcoming features before they actually get their hands on the iOS update. There is one feature, however, that seems to have … Read the Full Story →

Ping Now Available for iPad. Wait for iOS 4.2 Continues

One crumb of comfort for iPad owners still (im)patiently waiting for iOS 4.2 – you can now access Ping from right on the device. Apple’s social media slant on its iTunes store has been available on all other iOS devices since the service’s launch back in September, but the iPad has … Read the Full Story →

Apple Issues Advisory for iOS DayLight Saving Bug

We reported last week on the continued spread of the dreaded iOS DayLight Saving bug through various territories, starting in Australia initially, before spreading to Europe. If you don’t know already, all the bug does is make certain repeated alarms on your iPhone (or iPod Touch) occur an hour early … Read the Full Story →

iOS 4.2 for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch Releasing on November 9th?

Last week saw Apple seed iOS 4.2 Golden Master to developers, and the final release could be made available to everyone as early as November 9th according to Apple rumor site, 9to5 Mac. Originally slated for release sometime in November, people (including yours truly) assumed this meant the last week … Read the Full Story →

Lawsuit Claims Apple Crippled iPhone 3G With iOS 4 to Increase iPhone 4 Sales

In a lawsuit filed in the Superior Court of California for San Diego, plaintiff Biana Wofford claims that Apple purposely crippled the iPhone 3G with its iOS 4 software in a bid to boost sales of its new iPhone 4. The iOS 4 software launched for the iPhone 3G and … Read the Full Story →

iPad iOS 4.2 Games Being Approved for the App Store

9to5 Mac are reporting that some games for the iPad which support Game Center on iOS 4.2 are already being approved for the App Store. First out of the gate was “Big Bad Sodoku Book” (View in iTunes). We reported yesterday that Apple has already asked all developers to submit … Read the Full Story →

Apple Releases iOS 4.2 Gold Master To Developers

Apple has sent out an email to all registered iOS developers asking them to download iOS 4.2 Gold Master from the Apple Developer Center, test and submit apps from today that will take advantage of its swanky new features. Apple has already told us that iOS 4.2 will ship for the … Read the Full Story →

Tethering Removed From Settings in iPad 4.2 Beta 3

Tethering iPad iOS 4.2 Beta 3

Speculation that iPhone-like tethering is making its way to the iPad started with the release of iOS 4.2 beta 2 a short while ago, but with the release of the software’s third beta last week, it’s been discovered that the settings for tethering have now been removed. The screenshot below, … Read the Full Story →