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Apple's New, iCloud-Powered Find My iPhone Service Goes Live

At the beginning of the week, Apple launched its iCloud Web interface for developers (which can be accessed at http://icloud.com). Now, the company has launched its new, iCloud-powered Find My iPhone and Find My Mac services, which can also be accessed by developers from iCloud's Web interface.

Joe White

App Store Name Squatters Get The Boot

If you've got a great idea for an iDevice app, but can't get your desired name in iTunes Connect because it's already taken by an app which doesn't appear in the App Store, worry not. Another revision to Apple's terms of service involves the abolishment of name squatters from the App Store. This is great news for legitimate developers hoping to secure the name they want through iTunes Connect. Read on to find out more...

Joe White

From the Diary of an App Developer: Photoshop to the SDK

Your designer should now have a completed set of screenshots created in Photoshop, and your programmer should be filled with crazy skills that they are just dying to unleash. Well, good news - it is now time to let these skills loose by converting all of those pretty static images into a working application! Let's get started.

Adam Blair

From the Diary of an App Developer: Let's Start Programming!

Even though the design phase of your application is going well, it probably feels like it's missing something. That "something" would be the programming--the aspect of development that turns design into functionality. This week, we'll start our programming training with some very simple SDK tutorials.

Adam Blair