Apple Makes Changes In Its App Store Guidelines For Easing Tension Among Developers

In a press release on Monday, Apple announced two major alterations to its App Store rules. Firstly, Developers will not only be able to appeal the rejection of an App that violates a given guideline of the App Store Review Guidelines, but will also have a procedure to challenge the guideline that led to the rejection. Secondly, there won’t be a delay in App updates and bug fixes over App Store disputes except for those related to legal issues. The changes were made in the wake of criticism received by Apple over software developer Basecamp’s ‘Hey’, an E-mail App which was initially approved by Apple but then repeatedly rejected as it violated App Store guidelines requiring in-app purchases, thereby harming Apple’s subscription revenue.  Read More

WWDC Update: Apple’s Developer App Updated With MacOS Version

Apple-WWDC-2020WWDC 2020 will start next Monday, on June 22, and Apple is preparing and all geared up for its first absolutely virtual gathering because of the current global situation due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In anticipation of the occasion, Apple has recently discharged another update for its official Apple Developer application, which will let its users and designers watch the whole meetings on the web. Read More

Apple May Launch Redesigned iMac At WWDC

imac-AppleAccording to the latest news, Apple may launch the redesigned version of iMac in the WWDC announcement. Talking about its features, the new iMac would sport slim bezels resembling the Apple Pro Display XDR in its appearance. It will also eliminate spinning hard drives which will be in favour of all SSD lineups. Furthermore, the device will be sporting an Apple T2 chip making it pretty fast and smooth. Apart from the mentioned features, the device will see some changes in its internal specs too. This will include a brand new Navi GPUs from AMD and the elimination of spinning hard drives. Read More