Since a few days ago Apple has put a new application in the App Store. The app is called “12 Days of Christmas” and promises to give away an application or song or something else every day over the course of 12 days. The giveaway promo starts on December 26th and ends on January 6th. » Apple Gives Presents With “12 Days Of Christmas” Application
A tweet and article have pointed out that Moscone’s summer schedule has blocked out June 28th-July 2nd as the likely dates for Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2010.
» WWDC 2010: June 28th-July 2nd Likely Dates
Apple has created a new commercial and posted it on their website. The commercial shows 12 different apps that have something to do with Christmas. The list of 12 apps (as well as the video) is provided below: » Apple Commercial: 12 Apps Of Xmas
New York Times asked Phil Schiller to name his favorite iPhone applications. The result: a Top 9 with apps like Shazam, Eliminate Pro and Best Camera. This is what Phil Schiller says about Shazam:
» Phil Schiller’s Top 9 Apps
The name ‘TabletMac’ was previously in possession of Axiotron, but has now transferred to Apple in the past year. A few years ago, Axiotron brought the ModBook on the market. It is a converted MacBook but with a touchscreen. Since 2007, Axiotron changed the name to TouchMac. Till now, unnoticed, Apple is now the new owner of the ‘TouchMac” trademark. » Apple Takes Ownership Of ‘TabletMac’ Trademark
iPhone developer Pandav has informed MacRumors that they have spotted usage records for an unreleased iPhone in their app’s analytics. The app used was iBART [Free / Paid], a public transportation guide for the San Francisco train system.
» Apple Performs Field Tests iPhone 3,1
Joel Comm, creator of the application ‘iFart’, has a personal message for Steve Jobs and he is delivering that message via a YouTube video. He wants Steve Jobs to improve the App Store approval system. His newest app, the ‘ka-ching’ app, has been rejected, because there was not enough functionality. Comm blames Apple of having an inconsistent policy, because the App Store has approved apps with the same amount of functionality as his ‘ka-ching’ app. What do you think?
» Creator Of iFart Is Not Happy With App Store Approval System