I'm developing an iOS app and I'm not sure if some of the things I've
done will be approved by Apple. Sometimes the reasons of rejections are
very hard to predict and I'd like to know if something is wrong
Does it make sense to submit an unfinished app to
Apple Store with a release date couple months in the future just to get
some valuable feedback from Apple? I'm pretty su
Apple "deprecated" Java and will stop supporting it in the future.
Assuming that Oracle will take over support for Java on the
Mac, is there a way to be sure that Apple-specific hacks like those "put
the menubar at the top of the screen" or "use the native theme by default"
will be supported the same way on other JREs/JVMs targeting Apple's
Will the apple push notification certificate be disabled when you delete
youre apple account? I am getting a message that the certificate
cannot be found while the certificate has not been expired. The apple
account has been deleted.
I develop on a Mac Pro (OSX 10.7.5) and my current version of XCode is
4.3 and I had installed this some months ago using my Corporate apple dev
I have just downloaded XCode 4.5.1 from the Mac AppStore
and now realize that I downloaded this using my personal Apple Developer
id. I need to now install this downloaded XCode 4.5.1 over the previous
XCode version 4.3.
Apples from grafted trees yield seeds capable of maturing into
fruit-producing apple trees, but the fruit from these seeds will not be
true to the parent plant, which means that the fruit is not identical to
the parent plant. One of the reasons why apple trees are grown from grafts
is to help growers maintain control over fruit quality and uniformity.
RootstockGrafted trees are hybridized culti
I'm running Lion. I have these two versions of gcc that
both claim to be the same thing, but diff claims that the
binaries differ. I am trying to understand the situation with
gcc on OS X. What is the difference between them?
$ /usr/bin/gcc-4.2 --version i686-apple-darwin11-llvm-gcc-4.2
(GCC) 4.2.1 (Based on Apple Inc. build 5658) (LLVM
I am new and want to start developing apps for iPhone, but I can't
afford the high price tag of one of Apple's Intel machine right now, can I
start developing iPhone apps on Apple Power PC G5 or Apple MacBook Pro with
Intel? Thanks for your help