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.
A new App Store rule from Apple can possibly spell the end of hundred of thousands of apps that are created from “commercialised template or app generation service.” The new rule 4.2.6 clearly states and gives Apple to reject such apps from being listed on the App Store.
Right before WWDC, Apple proudly announced that it had paid developers over $70 billion to developers since the inception of the App Store, with $21 billion being paid to them in the last one year alone. While apps are definitely becoming popular with every passing day, things are not exactly as rosy as they might seem.
Ahead of WWDC next week, Apple today announced that it has paid developers across the world over $70 billion to developers since its inception in 2008 with iOS 2. The company notes that over the last one year, downloads from the App Store have increased by over 70 percent.
In October of last year, the popular iOS (and Mac) app, Dash, was pulled from the digital storefront following reports of “review manipulation” by Apple.
Developing an application is hard work, but it’s simply just half the battle for a developer who wants to make a living building things for other people to use.
Earlier today, Apple officially announced its second quarter 2017 earnings report, confirming that millions more of its products had found their way to owners’ hands.