Apple’s Developer Enterprise Program lets enterprises develop and distribute proprietary iOS apps across the company outside of the App Store, using a private portal or URL.What is Apple’s Developer Enterprise Program?Apple’s growing enterprise position may not have engaged hearts and minds across the entire company – yet – but it is clearly a booming business for the company.This momentum behind this scheme is to make it possible for enterprise users to create and securely distribute/deploy apps for internal use. These could be meeting room finders, intranet services or whatever your enterprise needs to build and use.The costThere is a $299/year cost to sign up to the Apple Developer Enterprise Program. This fee is in addition to the standard $99/year Apple charges for full membership of the Apple Developer Program.Apple revised the fee structure in early 2018 when it waived Apple Developer Program fees for U.S. non-profit organizations, accredited … [Read more...] about How Apple Developer Enterprise license works
If you are a registered Apple developer, you can actually go ahead and download iOS 7 beta 1 from Apple today. The devices that will accept the new OS are the Apple iPhone 5, the Apple iPhone 4S and the Apple iPhone 4. In addition, the 5th generation Apple iPod touch will also be compatible. Registered Apple developers pay $99 a year for the privilege. In the weeks ahead, registered Apple developers with the Apple iPad 2, Apple iPad 3, the fourth generation Apple iPad and the Apple iPad mini will be able to install iOS 7 beta 1 as well.If you are a paid up registered Apple developer, more than likely you know exactly how to download and install iOS 7 beta 1. If not, you can click on the sourcelink to begin. For those iOS users who never did shell out the $99, well, you are going to just have to wait until the fall when iOS 7 is expected to launch. Most likely the timing of the release will coincide with the release of the next Apple iPhone.Does the new OS with the new look and new … [Read more...] about Registered Apple developers can now download iOS 7 Beta 1
Apple today has pushed out the fourth beta versions of iOS 11.1 and watchOS 4.1, both made for developers' eyes only. The public beta versions should be made available soon. Apple's iOS 11.1 beta 4 update marks the return of the 3D Touch multitasking app switcher, which was added in beta 2 and removed in beta 3. The update also includes hundreds of new emoji from Unicode along with bug fixes and performance improvements.The build number of the iOS 11.1 beta 4 version for developers is 15B92. For the watchOS 4.1 beta for developers, the build number is 15R846. The latter update adds Apple Music to the timepiece, along with the ability to stream radio stations, including Beats1, over LTE. If you are registered as a developer with Apple, you can pick up iOS 11.1 beta 4 by going to Settings > General > Software Update. The latest iOS 11.1 beta comes just four days after the third beta was released and should be available around the time that the Apple iPhone X is launched on … [Read more...] about Apple developers receive iOS 11.1 beta 4 and watchOS 4.1 beta 4
posted on 08 Jan 2015, 13:27 0 1. Nine1Sickness (Posts: 645; Member since: 30 Jan 2011) Not happy with your apps on Android? ...switch to iOS. LOL posted on 08 Jan 2015, 13:27 0 2. Like-A-Sir (banned) (Posts: 67; Member since: 08 Jan 2015) apple again patent trolling posted on 08 Jan 2015, 13:28 1 3. jaytai0106 (Posts: 1888; Member since: 30 Mar 2011) Most most Apple developers rather get treated badly and make more money. Hmmm how the money makes the world goes around. posted on 08 Jan 2015, 13:33 1 4. theguy2345 (Posts: 1216; Member since: 24 Jun 2014) That kill switch is a double edged sword. It is good for killing things that get by the app certification, such as malware. On the other hand, they could use it to kill apps that say or do things that they don't like. Basically censoring, which is wrong. posted on 08 Jan 2015, 14:04 0 5. Salazzi (Posts: 537; Member since: 17 Feb 2014) Every thing in this world is double sided.. is dual use. … [Read more...] about Comments for : EFF has issue with Apple’s Developer agreement, offers new app for Android
The Apple rumor mill is beginning to creak back into action after a quiet period following the launch of the iPhone 5S in September.The latest talk, brought to us by Bloomberg, suggests the tech company is planning later next year to launch two new handsets sporting 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch screens.While talk of iPhones with larger screens has been knocking around for quite a while, Bloomberg’s source – a person “familiar with the plans” – throws a few interesting tidbits into the mix, claiming the handsets will have curved displays which are pressure sensitive.First, about those curves. While Samsung recently launched the Galaxy Round handset with a side-to-side bend, and LG unveiled the G-Flex with its top-to-bottom curve, Apple’s glass-bending approach will reportedly be somewhat different, and altogether more modest, with “glass that curves downward at the edges”.Pressure sensitivePerhaps more interestingly, the Cupertino company is said … [Read more...] about Apple developing 4.7- and 5.5-inch iPhones with curved, pressure-sensitive displays?
Speculation that Apple is in talks to drop carrier distribution and sell the iPhone directly to consumers is circulating the Web this morning. GigaOm first reported the rumor, claiming that European sources know Apple to be in the process of creating a SIM card that can hop from carrier to carrier, potentially enabling users to purchase iPhones from the Apple Store (including the online store) and use the App Store to choose from among available GSM carriers. Apple is allegedly partnering with SIM card manufacturer Gemalto to develop the technology.So what exactly would this mean for (at the moment, European) consumers? First, it could save new iPhone users a trip or call to their carriers to get the specific SIM card. Second, users could roam more freely, potentially hopping between multiple networks on a whim. The European cell phone carrier market is much more competitive, and multiple providers carry the iPhone, so this could be a blessing for consumers, and a death … [Read more...] about Is Apple developing a carrier-hopping SIM to liberate the iPhone?
Snapchat. Periscope. Vine. Facebook Live. Instagram. Ephemeral video apps all, built for sharing clips of late-night debauchery with your closest buddies. And they’ve obviously tapped a nerve.Cisco predicts the amount of video streamed via mobile will grow to 11 times the current rate by 2020. It’s really unsurprising then that Apple, rarely a company content to sit on the sidelines, wants to tap the veritable gold mine with a pick of its own making. Bloomberg reports that the Cupertino, California, firm is working on an enhanced camera app for iOS that allows users to quickly edit and share video they’ve shot on an iPhone.The repositioned camera app has serious development chops behind it. Programming is being spearheaded by the same core team that worked on Apple’s Final Cut Pro and iMovie software, and Joe Weil, former president of a New York-based video production company and co-developer of … [Read more...] about Report: Apple developing iPhone-based social video app to take on Snapchat
It’s taken a while but Apple on Saturday finally fully restored its developer site following a security breach more than three weeks ago.The news will come as a relief to developers eager to continue with work on their apps and other software, as well as those working on the latest betas of iOS 7, Xcode 5, and OS X Mavericks.The site, which provides third-party software developers with app-related resources, information and downloads, was taken down by the Cupertino company on July 18 and replaced with a message explaining that “maintenance work” was taking place. However, after several days of silence and with developers still unable to access many parts of the site, Apple revealed that the situation was more serious, explaining that “an intruder” had entered the site in an effort to steal personal information.The tech giant said that while it was certain that sensitive personal information of registered developers had not been accessed, it was possible … [Read more...] about Apple developer site fully restored after lengthy outage
An App Store change that flew under the radar is hurting apps that display other downloads other than their own platform to users, and apps like FreeAppADay and AppShoppr could be finding themselves on the outs thanks to iOS 6. PocketGamer.biz was the first to report on these changes to the terms of service, which now forbids third-party app promotional services from the advertising of apps that these services do not own themselves. It’s a clear signal Apple is trying to further control the App Store, as it seeks to ban the third-party promotion of apps altogether.The new clause in question reads: “Apps that display Apps other than your own for purchase or promotion in a manner similar to or confusing with the App Store will be rejected.”The first indication of Apple’s move to crack down on any in-app promotional activities that might affect the App Store and its rankings came last year Apple updated its iTunes chart algorithm to support apps that had been … [Read more...] about Updated Apple developer guideline may phase out third-party app promotion services