On December 27, 2012 By Charles Tian
This holiday season and in the holiday seasons of years past, we’ve seen developers promoting their apps primarily through discounted prices, with a few developers even giving away some of their most popular titles for free, in hopes of achieving a greater number of app downloads. While the holidays this year brought a spike in app downloads (as was expected), it may be interesting to note that this year’s jump in downloads is nowhere near what we’ve seen in years past.Read More →
Cnet recently posted photos of the iOS 6 banner that’s going up at WWDC 2012, to start tomorrow on the 11th and end on the 15th of June. We know we can expect an announcement about the new mobile operating system, and probably some other thing as well. At the top of the list is information about Mountain Lion, the OS set to replace Lion for Macs, iCloud, as well as a new lineup of Macs. Of course, there’s also the eager awaiting of news on the iPhone 5, which we thought was going to be released last year but instead received the iPhone 4S.Read More →
The folks over at MacUpdate currently have a great bundle of Mac apps available for a limited time at a great price for you. Several times a year, MacUpdate brings bundles of apps to Mac users, primarily with the apps’ focus on improving productivity. Right now, their June 2012 bundle contains 11 Mac apps for [...]Read More →
When it comes to news, who does it better than the Wall Street Journal? Because of its huge resources and connections, we can safely trust that they are not lying when they confirm a 2012 iPad 3 release.
Also, the newspaper reports that the next iPad will indeed have the 2048×1536 Retina Display that has been rumored.Read More →