Tag Archives: Testing

iOS developers can now send iOS 9 apps to external TestFlight testers

@mikebeas external testing for iOS 9 enabled https://t.co/6qaclT0pp2 — Isa Ranjha (@IsaRanjha) August 13, 2015 With iOS 9′s public release coming ever so nearer, developers are hard at work on updates to their applications. Thus far, developers have been able to send iOS 9 enabled applications to internal testers only. Today, Apple has opened this up…

Old TestFlight Service Closing Next Month

For years, iOS developers have had to find interesting ways to distribute app betas to their testers. One of the top methods was through a service called TestFlight. TestFlight would let developers upload beta builds, send it to specific testers, and integrate crash reports. It quickly became a hot service for any app developer. Early last year, Apple…

Plants vs Zombies 2 launches in Australia & New Zealand

If you’ve been eagerly awaiting the release of the game Plants vs Zombies 2, you may have been disappointed to find out that the July 18 release date has been delayed. And while release date delays are always a bummer, it definitely seems like PopCap is doing everything it can to make sure the game is ready as soon as possible. One major step the…

DoD places huge iOS device order?

According to a new report out of Electronista, the U.S. Department of Defense is plans on replacing much of its outdated tech with a lot of new iOS devices – 650,000 to be precise. Now, keep in mind that as of now this is an unconfirmed report, but if it does turn out to be legit it’ll be the result of a mobile platform testing program aimed at…

Rumor: Next iPhone could see new “Touch on Display” Technology

The rumors for the next iPhone started not long after the iPhone 5 (picture above) was announced and released. Here we are, only 3 full months after the iPhone 5 release, and we are talking the next iPhone. We’ve heard of different colors and screen sizes, so what about some new technology, too? A new rumor coming from The China Times says Apple is…

Apple testing LTE Networks before allowing iPhone access

According to Telecoms.com, Apple has been conducting independent tests on LTE networks before it gives iPhone carriers the go ahead to offer the iPhone 5 as an LTE device. The news comes as a direct reversal of the standard relationship between carrier and manufacturer. Usually, it was the carrier that would refuse to sell a device until it was…

Sprint iPhone 5 may have better call quality than AT&T, Verizon versions

Scott Stein of CNet has tested the iPhone 5′s call quality on the 3 major US carriers, and it appears that Sprint is the clear winner. Sprint: This is the winner, and the more, we listened the more we agreed. Background noise isn’t a factor, and my voice comes through loud, clear, and even a bit richer. I also noticed that Brian’s call came through…