If you’ve had an iPhone since the early years of the App Store, you might notice the screenshots have changed over time. Apps used to have basic, plain screenshots that anyone could capture, but they’ve evolved for many developers into promotional masterpieces. Developers photoshop the screenshots into an iPhone or iPad, add text and gradients, and really take advantage of a user’s natural draw to solid graphics.
A lawsuit originally filed in 2012, which saw App Store customers aggravated that they could not buy iOS apps outside of Apple’s iOS App Store, has been revived.
According to a report from The New York Times, Apple has fielded requests in China to remove the publication’s apps from the iOS App Store.
Those trying to access the iTunes Store and/or the App Store are running into issues trying to connect and purchase content.
The App Store has had records broken before, and it will probably continue to do so in the years ahead, just as it did recently.
At the beginning of September, Apple confirmed that it planned on sifting through its App Store and purging outdated, non-functional apps.
Perplexing puzzle game Perchang is now available for free after being selected as Apple’s Free App of the Week, saving you $1.99 for a limited time. The game features 60 beautiful levels that will test your brain and your coordination.