U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that iPhone owners can forward with their class action lawsuit against Apple in an anti-competitive case involving the App Store.
Recently, Security researchers from Wandera have discovered 14 iPhone Apps/Games that all communicate with the Golduck malware Server.
Apple’s Phil Schiller has explained the reason behind the rejection of Steam Link in an email, claiming the Valve app violates a number of guidelines – hinting Steam storefront and connected functions as the problem areas.
Apple has been heavily promoting subscriptions by throwing the spotlight on subscription-based apps offering free trials to new users in a new App Store section.
According to a recent report, Chinese clothing brand Kon has recently filed a lawsuit against Apple for copyright infringement as Apple’s App Store logo bears a resemblance to its logo.
Today, Apple announced that since it launched in 2008, developers have earned over $70 billion from the App Store.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has threatened to pull Uber’s app from the App Store in early 2015 after discovering Uber was secretly fingerprinting iPhones.
Apple has started rejecting apps that has pricing information like free or other pricing information in their metadata or in its title.
Apple has offered up more details on support for developers engaging with users in the Reviews section of the App Store.
Apple has released iTunes 12.6 for the Mac with a major new feature movie rental playback, called “rent once, watch anywhere feature”.
Apple has decided to strictly enforce a few rules that forbid developers from using non-App Store mechanisms to update their apps.
Apple announced low-cost pricing tier for Australian App Store allowing developers to choose Tier A and Tier B pricing option for paid apps and in-app purchases.