Jul 26


Apple is working hard to get the developer site back online, which has been down for more than a week  now due to a security breach, the company appears to be experiencing another problem with its systems today. A number of users on Twitter and forums have reported they are unable to activate their new iPhones. » Apple’s iPhone Activation Servers Experiencing Extended Outage

Jul 25


From screen sizes to specific user interface tips, this infographic from Kinvey is your go-to-guide for designing iOS and Android apps. Check out the full cheat-sheet after the break. » iOS & Android Design Guidelines Cheat-Sheet [Infographic]

Jul 25


Apple’s Developer Center has been down for 7 days now, which has been done as a precaution after a security breach. Apple has now updated the site with a new message for developers that outlines how the company plans to restore functionality and provides a status page that reveals which systems are online. » Apple Created System Status Page For Bringing Developer Center Back Online

Jul 23


Two weeks after the release of Mavericks Developer Preview 3, Apple has released the fourth Developer Preview of OS X Mavericks to developers. Developers can get the update via the Software Update tool in the Mac App Store. OS X Mavericks will be release this fall and with new features such as a tabbed Finder, full screen dual monitor capabilities, Safari improvements, and a new Maps app.

Jul 23


When you visit the Podcasts section of the iTunes Store you will notice that Apple has just hit a milestone of one billion Podcast subscriptions. Apple introduced podcasts back in in 2005, allowing both individuals and major companies to broadcast episodic radio-style shows. » Apple Reaches Podcasting Milestone With 1 Billion Subscriptions

Jul 22


Maybe some of you already notices that the developer section on Apple’s website has been offline for a while for “maintenance”. However in an email to developers, Apple revealed that its Developer Center website was breached by unknown hackers and was taken offline last Thursday as a precaution. Apple notes that sensitive personal information was “encrypted and cannot be accessed” but that Apple’s engineers “could not rule out the possibility” that developer names, mailing addresses and email addresses may have been accessed. » Apple Developer Website Hacked: Developer Names & Addresses May Have Been Taken

Jul 20


Japanese magazine Weekly ASCII now shares some new closeup photos [Google translation, via Macotakara] of a yellow version of the alleged low/cost iPhone plastic rear shell, showing it in good detail while also placing it alongside an iPhone 5 for comparison. There is no confirmation that this rear shell is a genuine one leaked from Apple’s supply chain, but these parts are appearing in significant quantities standardized around a common design that is also consistent with long-running rumors of Apple’s plans for the device. » Closeup Photos Of Lower-Cost Plastic iPhone Rear Shell Compared To iPhone 5

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