Apple plans to unify its app development process to include iOS apps in the Mac App Store as early as next year. According to a Bloomberg report, this change could breathe much-needed life into the App Store on macOS computers. Apparently developers have been reluctant to distribute their software using the platform.
App subscriptions that are billed through iTunes, including Apple Music, Spotify, HBO Now, Hulu, Pandora, Netflix and the like, are easily managed in one place on your iPhone or iPad. Here's how to cancel a subscription through your device:
Apple has added the option for developers to make their apps available for pre-order on the App Store. The new feature allows iPhone and iPad owners to search the App Store for upcoming apps and purchase them before their official release. Users who pre-order an app will receive a notification when it is officially ready to download.
The word is out: iOS 11 does not support 32-bit apps. According to Business Insider, some prominent apps such as Infinity Blade and YouTube Capture are 32-bit apps. In fact, roughly 187,000 apps in the App Store are not 64-bit compatible. So what does it all mean?
Politics has spilled over to the App Store after President Donald Trump tweeted a GIF created by Reddit user "HanA**holeSolo." The GIF, originally posted to Reddit, depicted Trump pummeling a wrestler with CNN's logo pasted over his face. The GIF was later transformed into a video and tweeted by Trump causing an uproar on social media.
CNN eventually tracked down the user who apologized after it was discovered that he had also made previous posts containing racist and anti-Semitic imagery.