Exploring Apple’s Managedappconfig demo

Having created TestMDM, I’ve had a few people try to experiment with Apple’s ManagedAppConfig sample. This sample is used in their WWDC video on iOS 7’s Enterprise features and demonstrates how to used Managed App Configuration to control a URL and a UISwitch. Unfortunately, Apple don’t provide anything more than an XCode project, so it’s … Continue reading Exploring Apple’s Managedappconfig demo

Dealing with rejection. Apple, OpenID and my app!

So, over the past two weeks, I have submitted my new I May Be Late app to Apple twice and they have rejected my app twice. This has left me feeling rather frustrated and a little disheartened. My app is a companion to my new web application I May Be Late which is designed to … Continue reading Dealing with rejection. Apple, OpenID and my app!

What I’d like to see from the iPhone 5

This evening, UK time, Apple is expected to unveil its latest addition to the iPhone family, the iPhone 5. I’ve been an Apple iPhone user since 2008, when they released the iPhone 3G. I’ve owned the 3GS too and am currently using the iPhone 4. Whilst I’m not planning to purchase an iPhone 5, there … Continue reading What I’d like to see from the iPhone 5

Starting game development for the iOS platform

This is the first post in my "Developing a game for the iOS and Windows Phone 7 Platforms at the same time" series. Yes, I am trying to think of a catchier name. Anyway, let me get on with it. This post will cover, as the title suggests, getting ready for developing a game on … Continue reading Starting game development for the iOS platform