The demand for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus was never in question, and if it was, the sales numbers should have put them to rest. As it turns out, the App Store got plenty of attention, too.
Apple has just announced the (RED) promotion on the App Store to mark World AIDS day 2014. For the promotion, 25 popular apps will turn (RED) for the next two weeks, and will offer exclusive new content where all the proceeds will go directly to (RED)’s Global Fund to fight AIDS. The apps have also been updated with a special red icon.
iOS 8 introduced a way to let developers add widgets to the Today section of the Notification Center, and since iOS 8’s release we’ve seen a lot of useful widgets. One such widget, called Launcher, however has been removed from the App Store today by Apple.
Apple has updated its official App Store Review Guidelines ahead of the imminent launch of iOS 8, adding new sections for Extensions, HomeKit, HealthKit and TestFlight that pertain to the upcoming software update. The company has also made it clear that developers submitting “plain creepy” apps will probably have their work rejected.