Discover a new way to find and share stories you'll love… Learn about Reading Desk

Post Profile



Apple Forces iPhone Apps To Go Retina Display, iPhone 3GS On The Way Out?

Apple sent out an interesting message to third-party developers today. iOS devs are now required to submit Retina display screenshots for their iPhone and iPod touch apps to the App Store. All updates to existing apps must also meet the 960×640 resolution requirement. Not only does this new policy signal the death of 480×320 resolution apps, but [...] Related Stories VooMote Zapper Uni
read more

share

Apple alerts developers that existing app updates will need to be 64-bit by June 1, 2015

Technology Industry News / Apple : Apple Insider (yesterday)

Apple on Wednesday alerted members of its development community that existing applications on the App Store will need to include 64-bit support for any updates submitted after June 1 of next year. Read Post

Apple outlines 64-bit support deadlines for new, updated iOS apps

Technology Industry News / Apple : The Apple Blog (yesterday)

Although Apple announced it in October, it's now reminding developers that new iOS apps must include 64-bit support by February 1, 2015. In addition to the new app requirement, all app updates must also… Read Post

Apple reminds developers about 64-bit iOS App Store requirement, app updates now must also comply by June

Technology Industry News / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac (yesterday)

  Apple had previously announced that developers of new apps must support 64-bit architectures (to take full advantage of the A7 and A8 technology) by February 1st, 2015. Today, Apple has reminded developers of this deadline as well... Read Post


Copyright © 2011 Regator, LLC