Apple rolled out developer beta 4 for iOS 10.3.3 on Thursday so the official release can’t be too far off.
The build number for macOS Sierra 10.12.6 Developer Beta 4 is (16G18a).
Jeff Gamet caught up with indy iOS app developer Ish at AltConf outside of Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference in San Jose. They talked about his new Boomerang language translation app, teaching other developers, his appearance in the documentary App: The Human Story, and more. Ish has a blog and is on Twitter, too.
At the WWDC 2017 keynote, Apple gave us a sneak peak of the new iMac Pro, but now what does this imply for the design of the next Mac Pro?
Apple has scheduled iTunes Connect down time starting at 7AM pacific time on April 22nd that could last up to eight hours. That means anything developers need to do in iTunes Connect and related services need to be handled before the morning of the 22nd.
That didn’t take long: Apple has already released iOS 10.3.2 and watchOS 3.2.2 developer betas. The developer-only updates rolled out only a day after iOS 10.3 and watchOS 3.2 were released to the public.
Good news, developers, you can finally respond to user comments on Apple’s App Store. The promised feature rolled out quietly on Monday while the company was pushing out operating system updates for pretty much everything they make.
Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference will run from June 5th through June 9th this year, and is getting a change of venue. For 2017, WWDC will be held at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose instead of Moscone West in San Francisco.
Mac sales were down in 2016, and John Martellaro has some perspective on those numbers. John, along with Kelly Guimont, joins Jeff Gamet to look at Mac sales from last year, plus they have some thoughts on Apple finally letting developers respond to App Store comments.
Apple just raised the cap on Apple TV app sizes from 200MB up to 4GB, bringing them in line with iPhone and iPad apps. Apple told developers the change lets them give users a better overall experience. For end users, that means more immersive apps and potentially a step towards a 4K Apple TV.