A new website allows anyone to create passes for iOS 6 Passbook (for boarding passes, movie tickets, retail coupons, loyalty cards, etc.) ahead of the public release of the API.
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An Apple developer enabled a debug log file in OS X 10.7.3 that stores user passwords in clear-text -- and a user posted the flaw on Apple's Support Communities over three months ago.
Clear's minimal, completely one-handed and features a beautiful UI that fades into the background. It's what a list app should be.
Claims by Swedish developer Micro Systemation that it can defeat an iOS passcode in under "two minutes" appear to be grossly overstated and it removed a video demo of it in action.
Our initial reactions to the iPad 3, the Retina display, Verizon vs. AT&T, LTE vs. 4G, "Heatgate" and a healthy dose of our favorite apps.
While some developers are spooked by sandboxing, some don't think that sandboxing is necessarily a bad thing. Developers will have to do more work, but it will increase security as a result.
Apple today released updated betas of iOS 5, iTunes, Apple TV, Xcode and iWork for iOS to developers.
Apple came to the defense of its iOS developers today when General Counsel Bruce Sewell contended that since Apple is licensed to its patents its developers are protected by extension.
If you missed my talk at ACAMUG on Friday night here's a list of my top iPad apps of the moment, loosely categorized, but in no specific order.
Leo Laporte was just ranting about how Color uses the iPhone's microphone to listen to ambient surroundings and today it's revealed the Fed is investigating whether bad apps illegally obtained information without consent.