Not too long ago, Apple introduced a built-in keyboard for the Apple Watch. It's a handy feature that can help you get out what you're trying to say in a pinch -- especially if you can't get to your phone. But, as is pretty typical, Apple's option wasn't the only keyboard available for the Apple Watch. There used to be the app FlickType, developed by Kosta Eleftheriou.
Apple has been facing more and more pushback over its corporate practices over the last few years now. That includes things like the App Store's associated fees, support for third-party payment options within Apple's digital storefront, and more. Most of that pressure has been coming from international government bodies, like South Korea, but Apple may see similar actions in the United States soon, too.
The App Store is the only source to download apps for iPhone and iPad users. However, in rare cases, the iOS App Store may not work and display a message that says, "Cannot Connect to App Store." As a result, downloading, re-downloading, or updating apps might fail.
If you find yourself in a situation where you can't browse, download, or update iPhone apps, here are some possible solutions to fix these issues.
Apple isn't completely against advertisements. In fact, it's technically in the ad business thanks to ads it displays in the App Store. And while up until now the ads in Apple's digital storefront have been relegated to two specific areas, that is going to be expanding.
Apple and Epic Games have been duking it out, both in and out of the courtroom, for quite some time now. But, eventually, things will wrap up. And, moving to that end, Apple has aimed to have one of the proceedings more prominent decisions tossed out.
Alternative App Store payments have launched in South Korea, with good ol' Apple listing reasons why developers should avoid bypassing its own billing system.
Are you annoyed by entering your Apple ID password or using Touch ID or Face ID while downloading even free apps from the iOS App Store? In this tutorial, we show you how to get free apps from the iPhone or iPad App Store without any authentication!
Apple has billed the App Store as the safest way for iOS users to get apps on their devices. It's such an important aspect of the business that it has essentially gone to war in an effort to keep things exactly the way they are. That, of course, includes its App Store fee, which can net the company upwards of 30% per in-store transaction. But, even as outside sources try to pressure some changes, Apple's ready to beat the safety drum again.
One thing people from all different walks of life have in common today is that they’re trying to save money. This is especially true in today’s financial climate, which is being exacerbated by inflation and a bevy of other persistent factors. Fortunately, we have a tip that may be able to help; all you need is an iPhone and a free app.
Sometimes, maybe even inevitably, everything feels eventual. At one point in time, Apple's 30% fee for its App Store felt like a standard thing, like that's just how it's supposed to be. But, things change, and now there's definitely a much louder outcry regarding the fee. And, more than that, Apple's need to change it.
No, it's not just you. Apple Music and the App Store are down for many users around the globe. Apple's System Status page is acknowledging there are ongoing outages, noting users may be experiencing intermittent issues with the services.
All Readdle apps available in the Russian App Store and Google Play have now been removed in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.