February 14, 2013

iPhone-5-Side-Profile The-Best-Platform-For-BusinessWe told you earlier this week that Microsoft published a new support document to address the “continuous loop” exchange bug on iOS devices running iOS 6.1. The company recommended a number of workarounds, such as blocking or throttling users on iOS 6.1 devices, while it worked with Apple to find a permanent fix. Apple confirmed on Thursday that it has “identified a fix and will make it available in an upcoming software update.”

Apple also provided some temporary solutions for users while they wait for the software update fix. Apple recommended users avoid the problem entirely by “not responding to an exception to a recurring event” on devices running iOS 6.1, and it suggested users disable and re-enable the Exchange calendar using the following steps:

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Apple has an unfortunate history of lockscreen vulnerabilities with iOS, and 6.1 it turns out isn’t immune. Folks with a lot of time on their hands are finding random combinations of actions to unlock the display using emergency calling in iOS 6.1 (meaning that iPads and iPods likely aren’t vulnerable). The two videos below show how these actions can unlock the home screen of an iPhone running iOS 6.1, giving access to important user data. One example was posted by Jailbreaknation with steps below:

Apple will likely fix this and other issues in a forthcoming release.

Another pulled via Gizmodo is below: expand full story

February 13, 2013

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As noted by Mac4Ever, Adobe has recently updated its end-user license agreement for Adobe Director 12 and requested that developers publishing paid iOS apps provide Adobe with 10 percent of earnings above $20,000. The recently released Adobe Director 12 introduced the ability to publish games directly to iOS, but developers in Adobe’s forums are not too pleased with the company’s decision to take 10 percent of earnings from iOS apps published to the App Store. At least one game published with the software is already available on App Store: Rally Point 3 by Xform Games.

Publish to iOS devices workflow – Adobe Director 12 can now publish games directly to iOS devices,through a simple, yet powerful workflow. Existing games can be republished to run on the iOS platform. Enhance the gaming experience by incorporating new support for accelerometers and other device specific interactions. * Additional Fees Apply.

Adobe thoroughly outlines its policies on earnings from paid iOS apps in additional terms and conditions linked from Director 12’s product page. Developers publishing paid iOS apps in the App Store will be required to inform Adobe and then pay 10 percent of revenue paid by Apple above and beyond the first $20,000 USD in earnings: expand full story

Update: Jim at the Loop isn’t feeling this one. picture 2-150

Jefferies & Co.’s Peter Misek, the analyst who has predicted an Apple HDTV for quite sometime, today provided his roadmap for upcoming Apple product launches (pictured above via BusinessInsider). Misek is expecting an “iTV” related event next month in March, the low-cost iPhone and iPhone 5S in June or July, and the iPad 5, second-generation iPad mini, and iTV in September or October.

He also believes that a 4.8-inch iPhone 6 is coming next year in June 2014—after running into manufacturing issues with in-cell display technology in the larger form factor and the move to a 20 nm processor: expand full story

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