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Apple Introduces App Store Resource Center for Developers Apple Introduces App Store Resource Center for Developers(0)

Today Apple announced a new section to its iPhone Dev Center called the “App Store Resource Center.” This new section provides developers with important information on how to manage applications they’ve submitted to the App Store. In their words, it’s “a single destination designed to make it easier for you to find details on everything you need to know about distributing your app on the App Store — from how to prepare for app submission to managing your

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AT&T Sporadically Launching iPhone MMS Feature Before September 25th Start Date AT&T Sporadically Launching iPhone MMS Feature Before September 25th Start Date(0)

AT&T not only may have been telling the truth about its upcoming MMS feature for the iPhone, but may be launching the feature ahead of schedule per MacRumors with The Unofficial Apple Weblog kicking in to say that several readers have reported that MMS has stated working for them.

The users have reported that upon installing updated carrier settings profile data to their iPhones, the results of which ranging from MMS actually working to accidentally removing Visual Voicemail and even the basic ability to make phone calls, most people were still unable to use MMS due to settings on their AT&T account which prevent iPhones from sending media messages and filter incoming messages through their web-based “Multimedia Messaging” platform.

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App Store Changes Result In Plummeting App Sales For Developer? App Store Changes Result In Plummeting App Sales For Developer?(0)

Powerybase is reporting a surprisingly drastic drop in sales of their previously popular and steadily-selling ToDo reminder app NotifiyMefollowing the release of iTunes 9. Their data shows a 20% to 30% hourly drop in sales following the update, which they say has been steadily growing as more people adopt iTunes 9.

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1000 Cell Phones Ranked By Radiation Output 1000 Cell Phones Ranked By Radiation Output(0)

Environmental Working Group, a non-profit research and advocacy group, has ranked 1,000 cell phones, including the iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS. While there isn’t yet any “conclusive” evidence that cell radiation is harmful, it’s probably a good idea to limit it when possible. Unfortunately for us, the iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS are near the bottom of the list.

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The Secrets of iTunes LP The Secrets of iTunes LP(0)

You’re never gonna buy an iTunes LP, but you wanna know what’s inside those flashy 600MB attempts to revive albums, right? Spoiler, from Jay Robinson: A bunch of HTML and PNG files in a custom archive format. But no DRM.

You can actually dive right in yourself by changing the .ITLP extension to .ZIP, giving you full access to the files inside. What’s interesting is that it does all of the animation using HTML 4.01, CSS and JavaScript—no Flash. Also “missing” is DRM—your iTunes account is just recorded inside the file.

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iPhone 3.1 Fixes Deleted Email Bug iPhone 3.1 Fixes Deleted Email Bug(0)

You may remember that in iPhone 3.0 a bug was discovered which kept email messages on POP accounts from being properly deleted. A demo of the bug can be seen here. At the time it was believed that Apple was aware of the issue and that a fix would likely appear in the 3.1 update.

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Ballmer Nabs iPhone From Employee, Pretends to Stomp Device Ballmer Nabs iPhone From Employee, Pretends to Stomp Device(0)

Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer apparently had issues with a Microsoft employee in Seattle this week after the employee was caught snapping a picture with an iPhone. Ballmer then grabbed the iPhone, joked about it and held it aloft as the crowd booed. He then pretended to stomp on it and walked away, with everything being shown on the big screen behind him.

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