Apple has released a bunch of videos highlighting the new App Store in iOS 11. All the videos showcase the new Today section of the App Store which Apple updates on a daily basis with new apps and games recommendations.
With the release of iOS 11 earlier today, Apple has announced that it has increased the cellular over-the-air app download limit to 150MB from 100MB.
Apple Updates App Store Guidelines to Ban Virus Scanning Apps, Ensures Apps Using ARKit Offer a Rich Experience
Apple has updated its App Store Review Guidelines to prevent developers from creating and uploading anti-virus and malware scanning apps to the iOS App Store.
Today, after Apple delivered its fiscal third quarter earnings report, the company’s CEO, Tim Cook, spoke with folks who joined him on the earnings call.
Following reports of scamming from Australia and the UK, Apple and Google have removed more than 300 financial trading apps from the iTunes App Store and the Google Play Store respectively. These trading apps were reportedly targeting the seniors with a bulk of them said to have emptied their pensions and life savings on them.
The Great Firewall, as its known, is implemented by the Chinese government to crackdown on user access by its citizens. Virtual Private Networks, or VPNs, have been a means to bypass that restriction for years.
Customers in Denmark, Hong Kong, and Sweden will now be able to pay for iTunes and App Store purchases through their carriers directly without requiring to furnish a debit/credit card or any other payment method.
A handy way to use an iTunes card, one of the many varieties out there, is to scan it with the camera on your iOS device, which can add it as a payment option in just a matter of seconds.
When iOS 11 comes out, hundreds of millions of devices will support ARKit. iPhones and iPads that are already in the wild will become augmented reality platforms.
Last week, it was reported that Apple had removed hundreds of thousands of apps from the App Store due to a new rule against spam and clone apps. Now, another report details that in China’s App Store alone, Apple has removed over 58,000 apps in the last couple of weeks.