Apple has published, for the first time, the guidelines according to which it approves or rejects apps submitted to be made available to users of its iOS devices (the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch). continue
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Apple’s annual iPod event was held at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco, one of the company’s regular venues, and livecast to press gatherings in locations including London, where my fellow hacks reported a less than stampede-like turnout. read the full report
Today, Steve Jobs will announce the new iPhone. Despite sterling efforts, nobody has been able to reveal any substantial information about it, because Apple is highly secretive about new products. Yet the Telegraph’s Consumer Technology Editor, Matt Warman, managed to publish a piece before the weekend advising consumers of the 4G’s key weaknesses. How did he do it? continue
I watched the launch of the iPad (or iSlatelet, as I’d taken to calling it in the hope that someone would have explained to Steve why iPad was an even less sensible name for a consumer electronics product than Wii) with considerable scepticism, but on reflection, so many aspects of this thing are near enough right. continue
Can Apple justify charging Mac owners £59 a month for an email address and some syncing shenanigans? Read the full article on MobileMe in MacFormat issue 212, on sale now.
Victoria Beckham, as you may have heard on the terraces, likes nothing better than a bit of apology. The latest act of contrition was performed by OK! magazine, which admitted that its cover shot of La Becks arm-in-arm with Cheryl Cole wasn’t quite what it seemed. continue