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1374447292.jpgAfter multiple days of being down, Apple has explained why its Developer Center is unavailable. The above message is being emailed out to registered developers and the press. More to follow.

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Grant Paul’s Zephry (left), Infinifolders (middle), and Gridlock (right) have all been updated.

As jailbreakers wait with eager expectation for an untethered jailbreak that works on iOS 6 and the iPhone 5, Cydia developers are still hard at work. One of the community’s most popular hackers, Grant “chpwn” Paul, has updated many of his popular tweaks. His most famous tweaks, Infinidock, Infiniboard, and Infinifolders, have all been completely rebuilt and made compatible with iOS  [Read More…]

The fine folks at The Iconfactory have put up a teaser page for Twitterrific 5, the next major version of their popular Twitter client. Version 5.0 will run on the iPhone and iPad, which hints at development of Twitterrific for Mac winding down.

As Twitter continues to make it harder and harder for third-party devs to support traditional clients, only a few apps like Twitterrific remain. Considering that Twitterrific was the first  [Read More…]

Three months ago, we first heard that Facebook — probably the slowest and lousiest app many people have on their smartphones — was going to get a blistering fast speed update. Now it’s finally here. And yep, it’s much faster… finally a Facebook app that isn’t absolutely crummy.

The old client used an Objective-C wrapper around a UIWebview component that loaded Facebook’s raw HTML5 data. That made it easy for Facebook to  [Read More…]

Click the image to open in full size.  The many rumors have in fact turned out to be true. Apple took the stage at the NAB trade show in Las Vegas, a conference dedicated to digital video professionals, and demoed the newest version of Final Cut Pro, titled Final Cut Pro X. Apple made sure to mention that Final Cut Pro X has been “rebuilt from the ground up” in order to ship with 64-bit support.  [Read More…]