This week in iOS saw reports of effective Activation Locks, IBM released the first iOS apps for the enterprise from the alliance with Apple, and Apple named its picks for best apps.
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IBM is gunning for a 70 percent standard and 30 percent custom deployment approach for its MobileFirst apps for iOS. Your pricing and returns will vary.
The tech titans chose to tailor their initial batch of apps to enterprise customers in banking, retail, insurance, financial services, transportation and government.
Ahead of the launch of the Apple Watch, due sometime early next year, Apple has made WatchKit available to developers who want to create apps for the new platform.
This week the factory image of Android 5.0, aka Lollipop, was released but the general update was delayed due to a problem. The hype surrounding the Apple Pay launch was a boost for Google Wallet. The top 10 battery draining apps on Android are listed.
UPDATED: The sapphire supplier still has $85M in cash, but the company's stock has fallen more than 35 percent over the last month.
In iOS news this week, China is getting the iPhone 6, there's a possible launch date for Apple Pay, a bug in iOS 8 deletes iCloud documents, and some users are reporting Bluetooth issues with iOS 8.
Third-party apps won't be allowed on the App Store until later this month thanks to a newly-discovered bug.
When Apple added OTA (Over The Air) updating to iOS, it promised a simple, streamlined update experience. So why have I just spent the best part of an hour deleting apps and files to make room for iOS 8?
Apple is allowing third-party keyboards for the first time in iOS 8 and Swype, SwiftKey, Fleksy and TouchPal will be releasing the first 'iconless' apps for the iPhone and iPad today.
Apple continues to work to make their iOS products business-friendly and the new iPhone 6 models will come with some enterprise apps preloaded out of the box.
Apple has said it will protect personal information collected through Health apps and the Apple Watch, but regulators in the US want to know how it will monitor and enforce privacy policies.
Apple's Swift has reached an important milestone in development, and Swift-coded iOS apps are being accepted in the App Store.
Developers won't have to hurry to update their apps for the larger iPhones, but if they want to take advantage of new features they'll have to get to work.
Apple has given a select few companies, including Facebook, an early wearable SDK, signalling that third-party apps will run on its new wrist-wearable.
Apple has updated its App Store review guidelines ahead of the unveiling of the iPhone 6 and release of iOS 8, telling developers of "plain creepy" or "cobbled together" apps to brace for rejection.
Apple lays out the reasons why it could reject new apps that use its HealthKit and HomeKit framework.
Apple has released a list of the most common reasons its rejects apps, with simple form filling omissions and errors coming in at number one.
Apple supports the FCC's hearing-aid compatibility standard to current iPhone models. This summer, developers have released apps supporting Cupertino's Made For iPhone hearing aids.
Apple has filed a patent in the United States for a Siri-like digital assistant interface for a desktop environment.
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