Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off with a special event at the Apple Park building, with eligible developers and students now able to request to attend.
Have you ever wondered how Apple defines "outdated" App Store apps or how the company chooses which such apps and games it should yank from the store?
Apple is conducting an App Store sweep, prepping to take down outdated iPhone and iPad apps, those that don't no longer function as intended and similar.
Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) has been scheduled to run from Monday, June 6 through Friday, June 10, 2022 as an online-only event free to all.
As we move towards an expected March release date, Apple moves right along with the beta testing process. Which means we have new beta seeds for developers. And, soon enough, public testers.
The App Store commission in the Netherlands for dating apps that use alternative payments is now 27% instead of the company's usual 30% take for in-app purchases.
Apple with iOS 15.4 has reportedly fixed a Core Animation bug that has resulted in a sub-par ProMotion experience. Now all third-party apps automatically use smooth 120Hz animations on iPhones that feature support for ProMotion display technology.
Apple has officially deprecated Python 2.7 in macOS Monterey 12.3. The company is advising its developers to use an alternative programming language instead, such as Python 3, which, however, does not come preinstalled on macOS.
Earlier this week, Apple officially released the iOS 15.3 update out into the wild, along with a few others. But the company isn't slowing down anytime soon. So today, Apple has moved right along with the seeding of yet another update for its major platforms.
Back in December of 2021, Apple seeded the first betas of iOS 15.3 and iPadOS 15.3 to developers. Since then, the company went quiet on the beta seeding front. Which certainly makes sense, with the holiday excitement in full swing at the end of the month.
When Apple unveiled iPadOS 15 earlier this year at the annual Worldwide Developers Conference, there were a variety of new features announced. That included a pretty big update for support for Apple's Swift Playgrounds app. Being able to build apps right from the company's tablet lineup was good news at the time.