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Facebook Timeline Update Now Available in iPhone Apps

Written on December 19, 2011 by Aiken Lewis

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Facebook Timeline Now Released Through Facebook for iOS 4.1 Version

The Facebook Timeline update for iPhone App can now be downloaded by iPhone users. By updating the Facebook App with the latest 4.1 version, users can see a similar view to the mobile browser version (iPhone Safari Browser), where it was first made available.

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3D iPhone Experience From Hasbro

Written on April 07, 2011 by R. Cruise

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Who said you can’t go 3D with your iPhone?

Hasbro has recently released a new tool that will turn your Apple smartphone and your iPod touch into a type of 3D ViewMaster.

“My3D” which sells for a reasonable price of $35, is attached onto an iPhone or iPod touch, “allowing users to view apps and play games in 3D,” according to Cnet’s Lance Whitney.

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Apple Removes 15-Minute Password Window for In-App Purchases

Written on March 11, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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With credit card stacking to the hundreds and even the thousands, Apple announces that it will now remove the 15-minute password window for in-app purchases giving kids something to cry and parents to be happy about.

Extinguishing the fire before it fans into flames, Apple has announced that it will be removing the 15-minute password window for In-App purchases for the iOS 4.3. It was not long ago when a particular parent raged about her credit card bill thanks to unconsented in-app downloads by her children for games. Apparently it was the last straw for Apple as they developed a system where a re-entry of password is required everytime an in-app download transaction is going to happen.

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Apple Gives Go Signal to ‘Anti-LGBT’ App

Written on November 25, 2010 by R. Cruise

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Another point of controversy arises as Apple approves the existence of a Manhattan Declaration app on its online store. Should this app be banned?

Apple’s approval of an app which is about Manhattan Declaration sparked outrage among people. The app invite users to take a stand regarding the law which discusses gay marriage.

The Manhattan Declaration is created by Christian clergy and scholars. It speaks about “the sanctity of life, traditional marriage, and religious liberty.” Meanwhile, the app “issues a clarion call to Christians to adhere firmly to their convictions in these three areas.”

The app also includes a 4-question surveys with question like “Do you support same sex relationships?” Choosing “yes” to this question will give you a wrong answer.

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Apple Gets Hold of Trademark for a Tagline

Written on October 12, 2010 by R. Cruise

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To avoid copyright issues in the future, Apple made an action to trademark a phrase which serves as a tag line for their app store.

Apple recently claimed the copyright of the phrase, “There’s an app for that.” The company is known for laying strict protection against words, names and phrases pertaining to its products. In the past, there was a developer who created an app named iPodRip  and got rejected by Apple because the name has close resemblance to the iPod trademark.

The trademark for the phrase was filed last December 2009 by Apple and covers “Retail store services featuring computer software provided via the Internet and other computer and electronic communication networks; retail store services featuring computer software for use on handheld mobile digital electronic devices and other consumer electronics.”

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