AT&T Changes Throttling Policy; Will Throttle Unlimited Users After 3GB of Monthly Data Usage

News | Tuesday February 28 2012 3:34 PM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

I’m still not happy about this. What part of unlimited does AT&T not understand? If I am going to be throttled down to an unusable speed after hitting 3GB, then what is the difference between my unlimited plan and the 3GB capped plan? I know AT&T is doing everything they can to get everyone off of the unlimited plan. I have my suspicions that when 4G comes to iPhone they will say that we have to move to a 4G plan and none of them will be unlimited. (more…)

Apple’s Informal Free Replacement Policy To End With AppleCare+

News | Sunday October 9 2011 8:26 AM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , , ,

who got their damaged products replaced for free, without any hassle. With Apple ‘s introduction of
, this informal free replacement policy is going to end soon, reports
.
users. It replaces the previous $69 AppleCare, and extends the warranty period to two years
to iPhones. The AppleCare+ page on Apple ‘s website says:
AppleCare+provides repair or replacement coverage, both parts and labor, from Apple -authorized technicians. Service coverage (more…)

Sprint Kills Premier Upgrade Program And Changes Return Policy Ahead Of iPhone 5 Launch

News | Monday September 19 2011 4:53 PM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

, which indicate that Sprint – the third largest carrier in the US will be
alongside AT&T and Verizon.
has just reported that Sprint has announced plans to discontinue its Premier upgrade plan, which allowed customers to upgrade their phones every year. Sprint’s latest move seems to strongly indicate that it is indeed preparing for the iPhone 5 launch.
We wanted to let you know about a decision we have made to end the Sprint Premier program.
(more…)

Financial Times Apps Booted From The App Store For Non-Compliance With In-App Subscription Policy

News | Sunday August 28 2011 6:58 PM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

have either complied to Apple ‘s In-App Subscription policies or devised clever workarounds,
refused to take any of these measures, which is why
from the App Store, two months after its
.
All In-App Subscriptions going through Apple meant that publishers would never get any information about subscribers. This pinched
more than Apple ‘s 30 percent cut, since they claim their subscription model centers around owning data about its readers. An
(more…)

Content-based Apps Like Kindle, Google Books Updated To Comply With Apple’s In-App Subscription Policy

News | Wednesday July 20 2011 2:59 AM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Back in February,
, which allowed publishers of content-based
to sell subscriptions for content such as magazines, newspapers, music and video to users using the App Store billing system.
However, at that time Apple also updated its App Review Guidelines, which required publishers to make the same in-app subscription offer as the one made outside the app.
This did not go down too well with publishers as Apple takes a 30% cut of the revenue (more…)

Will Apple Remove Apps Like Kindle That Don’t Comply With In-App Subscription Policy Before Deadline?

News | Tuesday June 28 2011 4:55 PM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Back in February, 
, which allowed publishers of content-based 
to sell subscriptions for content such as magazines, newspapers, music and video to users using the App Store billing system.
However, at that time Apple also updated its App Review Guidelines, which required publishers to make the same in-app subscription offer as the one made outside the app.
This did not go down too well with publishers as Apple takes a 30% cut of the revenue (more…)

Hulu Updates App To Comply With Apple’s In-App Subscription Policy; But At The Cost Of New Subscribers

News | Friday June 17 2011 1:11 PM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Back in February,
, which allowed publishers of content-based
to sell subscriptions for content such as magazines, newspapers, music and video to users using the App Store billing system.
However, at that time Apple also updated its App Review Guidelines, which required publishers to make the same in-app subscription offer as the one made outside the app.
This did not go down too well with publishers as Apple takes a 30% cut of the revenue (more…)

Apple Reverses In-App Subscription Policy For Content-Based Apps

News | Monday June 6 2011 8:31 PM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , , ,

Back in February,
, which allowed publishers of content-based
to sell subscriptions for content such as magazines, newspapers, music and video to users using the App Store billing system.
However, at that time Apple also updated its App Review Guidelines, which required publishers to make the same in-app subscription offer as the one made outside the app.
This did not go down too well with publishers as Apple was going to take a 30% cut of (more…)

Steve Jobs: New In-App Subscription Policy For Publishing Apps, Not SaaS Apps

News | Saturday February 19 2011 5:41 PM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , , ,

Yesterday, we reported that
as it did not offer in-app subscription option, which had raised concerns if this policy would be applicable to Software as a Service (SaaS)
.
Steve Jobs has apparently responded to a MacRumors reader to clarify that in-app subscriptions are only for publishing apps and not Saas apps.
Hello Steve,
As a full time iOS developer, I am concerned (and confused) withe the new App Store guideline regarding “Apps offering (more…)

Apple’s Dead Pixel Policy For iPhone, iPad Revealed

News | Wednesday November 3 2010 10:00 AM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , , ,

This document is designed to make life easier for Mac Geniuses at the Apple Store who would diagnose the issue and will recommend the next course of action.
As you can see in the image below the table shows the acceptable number of pixel anomalies for each product range. Interestingly, Apple hasn't named any products here.
Since most Apple gadgets with a screen use LCD technology, all we need here are the screen sizes – which in itself is (more…)

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