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Bryan M. Wolfe
| September 18, 2012
Apple Is Approving Apps For iOS 6, iPhone 5 At 'Rapid Pace'
With the iPhone 5 and its longer screen set to debut on Friday, Apple is said to be approving apps for the new handset at a "rapid pace." Specifically, app updates specifically mentioning iOS 6 and the iPhone 5 as changes are seeing quicker turnarounds, according to The New Web. Among the apps already updated for the new iPhone are Reeder, and the recently mentioned Tweetbot app. Netflix, according to a blog post, will “soon release an optimized version of this new experience for iPhone 5 to take advantage of the larger screen.” Although current apps will work on the iPhone 5, these will be letterboxed if not updated. This, “presents a problem for developers, who will likely get inundated with poor reviews and complaints if they haven’t updated in time.” As a reminder, iOS 6 launches tomorrow, Sept. 19, while the iPhone 5 arrives in stores two days later. Source: The New Web Photo: Reeder, Tweetbot apps for iPhone 5