Apple promised to fix an oddity in the Korean App Store that overcharges app developers on sales commission.
Elon Musk’s decision to reinstate former President Donald Trump’s Twitter account and other blocked accounts could harm the platform.
Apple and Epic Games counsels presented their respective companies arguments on the ongoing legal tussle before the Appeals Court.
The Apple and Epic Games dispute continues as both parties are set to present their oral arguments before three judges at an Appeals Court.
Security researchers say Apple was/is tracking a lot of App Store activity in iOS 14.6. In the time of iOS 16.1.1, this has led to a lawsuit. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts and Ken talk that over. Plus – Twitter and Emergency SOS via Satellite and Steve Jobs’ sandals make it into Mailbag Monday!
Apple removed 540,000 abandoned apps in 3Q22, causing the App Store to hit its lowest number of apps in seven years.
Reports indicate that Apple may be tracking what a users taps on and interacts with in the official App Store, sending the data to Cupertino.
The first Apple Store union in the US has a formal complaint against Apple. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts brings us the story. Then, cross promotions are making Ken cross. Changes to the Weather app and Apple TV prompt the question – Are Apple Services sinking under the weight of their synergies?
Apple is looking ahead to National STEAM Day by interviewing several developers that focus on app development and working with the App Store.