Chris Ward looks at Apple's forthcoming changes to the App Store, and whether they will be successful in improving revenue.
Apple has exceeded the wildest expectations anyone may have had when Steve Jobs returned to a company weeks away from bankruptcy. But will that continue?
Petros Demetrakopoulos presents a beginners guide to populating and using TableViews in iOS, a fundamental part of app design and layout.
Chris Ward looks at Classy, a tool for using stylesheets in native iOS apps.
Enter our Apple Music and Beats by Dre giveaway for a chance to win a package with $549
Cate Lawrence looks at wearables in the workplace as a means for surveillance of workers and wonders how effect they are.
Sometimes it's the little things that make a big difference. Like upgrading your charging cable from Apple's standard three-foot cable that falls apart in weeks to the Colossal, a 10-foot, high-quality, Mfi-certified cable
In this article, the author goes through great lengths to find the next Steve Jobs.
Mohammed Safwat starts a two part tutorial on comparing the methods for communicating between a WatchKit extension and its host iOS app.
Following bizarre US IE8 usage patterns in 2014, the browser market returned to normal. Chrome had a small increase but Opera is also attracting attention.
Rico Zuniga finishes our four part tutorial on game programming with Swift, adding final polish to the game.
In part three of our tutorial on creating a game in Swift, Rico Zuniga shows how to create interactions and basic gameplay.
In Part 2 of our tutorial on creating a game with Swift, Rico Zuniga looks at drawing objects to the screen.
Rico Zuñiga begins a thorough tutorial on creating a game with Swift, Apple's new Programming Language.
Welcome to 2015. Bizarrely, IE8 usage in the USA trebled during December. A statistical setback or something more sinister?
Jordan Morgan outlines the steps you should consider before embarking on your next iOS app.