It does not appear that existing apps on the App Store will be affected by this move until they are updated on October 3 or later, so [...]
In an attempt to crack down on gambling-related apps in the App Store, Apple has today implemented a new App Review policy for individual developers, but many apps that are being banned as a result appear to have very little to do with gambling at all.
Our newsstand/news/magazine app just got removed from sale from the App Store 24 hours after our 3.0 update was approved. Reason given: gambling/fraudulent activity. We publish a magazine — nothing to do with gambling or fraud at all. 😞😢😲😱 https://t.co/ewu3mE5FG5 pic.twitter.com/vaKtLthvkW
— Wojtek Pietrusiewicz (@morid1n) August 9, 2018
Read-it-later app Instapaper today announced that it is relaunching „Instapaper Premium“ as part of the company’s new initiative that’s looking towards „the next ten years of Instapaper and beyond.“ Instapaper is hoping to generate revenue after it became an independent company last month through a deal with parent company Pinterest.
Instapaper Premium costs $2.99/month or $29.99/year and offers full text search for all articles, unlimited notes, text-to-speech playlists on mobile, speed reading, an ad-free website, and a „send to kindle“ feature. The company ensures that there will still be a non-Premium version of [...]
Apple has updated its service policy for a limited number of iPhone X units that may be experiencing issues with Face ID.
Apple Stores and Apple Authorized Service Providers are now authorized to perform a whole unit replacement for iPhone X units with Face ID issues, instead of a display repair, according to an internal document obtained by MacRumors.
Apple Stores and Apple Authorized Service Providers have been advised to first run diagnostics on the iPhone X’s rear camera and potentially repair that system if necessary to see if that resolves the problem. If the issues persist, then a whole unit replacement is now permitted, the document states.