According to a post on Apple's developer website, all developers will be required to submit apps that are compatible with iOS 7 and built with Xcode 5 as of February 1, 2014.
As 2013 comes to a close, Apple has released its yearly 'best-of' list of iTunes content, setting forth what it believes are the best songs, movies, TV shows, books, and apps of the last twelve months.
There's a bit of everything in this week's Mac App roundup, with software that helps you keep track of your finances, share your files, write better documents, and even keep your Windows-toting pals happy.
This week's iPad-case roundup features some great keyboard cases, alongside a number of protective accessories designed for use in the boardroom, and a few that go just about anywhere.
In this week's iPhone-case roundup, you'll find plenty of metal, much of it married to the most modern technologies to give your phone protection that’s both high-tech and great to look at. But, if you prefer a warmer touch, we also have some great-looking leathers and a case that looks like it came straight out of a mid-Nineties MTV commercial.
There's a new keyboard in town, as startup Fleksy brings a new way to enter text into iOS apps like Launch Center Pro and Wordbox.
The Apple TV's slow growth continues with four new channels, and the potential of more to come.
Getting your hands on a new iPhone may soon cost you more, as carriers move away from subsidies and aim to make customers pay for their phones directly.
Apple's 12 Days of Christmas giveaway app is back for 2013—and can finally bring some holiday cheer to iTunes users in America.
This week's Mac app roundup opens up your Mac to the wonderful world of fractals as well as helping you organize and manipulate your images, keep an eye on your personal finances, and even design your backyard.
This week's iPad case roundup includes a model that will unleash your inner child, one brick at a time. It also includes the usual mix of accessories designed to keep your tablet safe and looking great.
With over 500 million installs, Apple's latest mobile operating system is also its fastest growing ever. That's good news for both Apple and third-party developers.
Why would anyone would develop (or buy) a scrapbook app? The folks at Realmac show that there is more to it than just cutting and pasting images.
Apple's ecosystem has been successful, in part, by adapting its rules to the evolving needs of its users--but the pace of change has slowed, and problems are starting to pile up again.
In this week's Mac app roundup, you'll find a bit of science mixed with art, a way to write out all those complex equations that always swirl around in your head, and a great way to keep tabs on everything your business does.