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You're the Pundit: Why hasn't there been a new iOS 5 beta?

When it comes to forecasting the next big thing, we turn to our secret weapon: the TUAW braintrust. We put the question to you and let you have your go at it. Today's topic is iOS 5. We last saw an iOS beta release back in August. That's well over a month ago, and as any developer can tell you, ...

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TestFlight offers new SDK, adds feedback and enterprise support

We've covered TestFlight before, and I recently started using it to test a top secret app for AOL*. If you're a developer who wants to reduce the friction of testing beta apps for iOS, you absolutely must check it out. It makes beta distribution of your app a drop-dead simple process by leverag...

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Rumor: Apple close to ordering a 2048 x 1536 resolution iPad 3 display

A rumor from The Korea Times suggests Apple may be close to signing a deal with Samsung and LG for a high-resolution tablet display. The new display will include a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels, 4:3 aspect ratio and a retina-like pixel density of 280 PPI. This isn't the first time this rum...

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iOS 5 for iPad images suggest higher-resolution display

Although the displays on the iPad and iPad 2 are pretty darned nice, TUAW readers and bloggers alike have wished for a Retina Display-like screen on our magic tablets. Now a tipster at TechUnwrapped has pointed out that several images found in Newsstand -- an iOS 5 feature -- and the Twitter fr...

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iOS 5 beta 1 ready for download. Kind of.

Developers, get your [REDACTED] on. iOS 5 beta 1 is now available for download from Apple's developer site. You must be a paid $99/year developer to gain access to this beta. Sign in with your dev credentials to gain access. The beta is, as always, released under the terms of Apple's NDA. For ...

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Microsoft makes appeal to iOS developers

Microsoft hopes to lure iOS developers to Windows Phone 7. A new website published by the company earlier this year now offers guides and testimonials specifically designed to entice iOS developers to transform their iPhone apps into Windows Phone compatible software. Currently, Microsoft finds ...

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Adobe Nav for iPad and Photoshop video demo

John Nack, Principal Product Manager at Adobe, posted a video demo of Adobe Nav for iPad on his blog Saturday morning. Adobe Nav is one of the first apps to showcase the new tablet integration features included with the software maker's upcoming Creative Suite version 5.5 (CS5.5). The video dem...

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iOS 4.3 Beta 2 ready for download

Apple posts beta. Beta by Apple. Do you like green eggs and beta? Will you download over here? Or will you download over there? You will not download over here. You cannot download over there. The servers are all crazy there. You cannot download betas there. I will download with my ...

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GameSalad announces GameSalad Direct, publishing model outside of Apple's dev program

We've posted about GameSalad here before -- the company offers up a third-party development and publishing solution that allows anyone, even non-coders, to jump into the GS SDK, make a game, and then quickly publish it out to the web or platforms like Apple's App Store. The company has been narrowi...

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iOS 4.2 SDK beta 3 available for download

Apple has posted an updated beta for the iOS 4.2 SDK. iOS 4.2 is expected to debut "in November" for general consumption. If you are part of the developer program, you can head on over to the dev center now, authenticate with your credentials and download the newest release. As always, beta SDKs ...

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Game Center gets a new look

Mobile Crunch has posted a few pictures of Apple's Game Center app (still only available to developers and therefore still under NDA), and it appears that Apple is still working on the look and feel of the app. Previously, they were going with the dark blue look you can see above on the left (thoug...

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4.0.1 SDK ready for download

Upgraded your iPhone and iPad to 4.0.1 and 3.2.1? You will not be able to develop for those devices until you download the newly posted 4.0.1 SDK from Apple's developer website. This is a production version of the SDK and should be installed separately from the beta 4.1 SDK that was announced yester...

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iOS 4.1 SDK Beta 1 ready for download

Developers start your engines! Apple has just posted the first beta of iOS 4.1 at its iPhone Developer website. The new beta includes firmware for the iPhone 3G and later and the iPod touch 2G and later. Further details about the beta and its capabilities lie behind an ongoing nondisclosure wall, ho...

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BusinessInsider insists Android is the new Windows. Again.

There's an old saying, "When all you have is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail." For Henry Blodget of Business Insider, perhaps we should change it to "When all you have is a comparison between Windows and Mac OS from the 1980s, every situation looks like a repeat." In an article entitled...

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Poll: What are your feelings about iAds?

Hey TUAW's Developer Brain Trust! For many of you WWDC is just wrapping up, and you're now probably hanging around in airports bored and checking on e-mail, visiting web sites. We thought it would be a great time to offer you something to think about. Now that you've been exposed to iAds and are ab...

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