Posts Tagged ‘Xcode’

New renders show us what Xcode for the iPad could look like. Check them out right here and tell us what you think.

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Xcode could be coming to the iPad with iPadOS 14 according to a new rumor. Here’s why it actually makes a lot of sense.

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Apple TV 4K or Apple TV 4 screenshot feature, here’s how to use it to take screenshots of the tvOS interface the right way.

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Here’s how to wirelessly connect Apple TV 4K or Apple TV 4 to Xcode on Mac for app deployment, sideloading apps, diagnostics, and other stuff.

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Here’s how to sideload iTransmission 4 torrent client for iOS. No jailbreak required for this on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

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Here are step by step instructions on how to sideload F.lux iOS app on your iPhone or iPad. No jailbreak is required for this to work.

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Apple has taken the opportunity to provide some additional information about a number of third-party iOS apps that were recently discovered to be infected with the XcodeGhost malware. After the existence of the XcodeGhost trojan filtered down into the public domain, Apple took a number of steps to not only combat the issue, but also provide clarification on what it means to users, developers, and how it plans to rectify the problem and ensure that it doesn’t happen again. Now, as an addendum to that info, the Cupertino-based company has listed the top 25 apps that have been affected by the malware.

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Apple has today outlined what the XcodeGhost malware is in a FAQ published on its website, explaining what compromising of some App Store apps actually means for users via its Chinese website, and the steps that the company is taking in order to minimize the risk and ensure its developers can be protected moving forward.

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A new strain of malware has been detected living in some extremely popular apps on the iOS App Store. XcodeGhost – given the name because of the fact that it’s distributed through a malicious build of Apple’s Xcode integrated development environment – is the latest malware to befall Apple’s iOS App Store, and has been found to exist in the extremely popular WeChat messaging application as well as Didi Kuaidi, the main rival to ride-sharing service Uber in the Chinese market.

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Yes, you read that right. Apple now allow iOS users to sideload apps outside App Store on iPhone and iPad for free without needing any developer account. Here’s how it works.

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It seems that we can’t go any longer than five minutes without iOS 7 for iPhone or iPad being in the news these days, which is quite a feat considering it’s not going to be available for another three or four months. Today is no different, and the latest piece of iOS 7 news comes courtesy of the iPad.

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As the release date of the new iPhone draws near, it isn’t just the hardcore Apple or technology fan that is waiting to get their hands on said device. Spare a thought for those hardworking iOS developers who spend most of their days lovingly crafting fantastic and beautiful apps that make our iPhone experience all it can be. Keep those developers in your mind when Apple releases the new iPhone with the purported larger display that wreaks havoc on apps that have been designed to look stunning on the existing Retina display.

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