Even though the third-generation iPad is days away from announcement, and the probability of it containing a Retina display is merely a rumor at this point (although a credible one), iOS hacker/developer Ryan Petrich has taken it upon himself to tweak the iOS Simulator to simulate a Retina iPad display for testing purposes.
Developer Avatron has announced its “Air Display” app, which allows iPhones, iPads and Macs to act as a second or third monitor, will be implementing support for the 2048×1536 resolution of the new iPad’s 264-DPI Retina display. Tha... Read Post
Music streaming service Spotify is releasing a new API today, called 'libspotify,' which allows third party iOS developers to write applications for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad with Spotify inside the app. And these apps can inc... Read Post