Monthly Archives: August 2019

Is Apple iOS Piracy like the days of the Commodore 64?

Back in the day…yes this is longwinded…. in the 80s that is…. there was a rivalry between Commodore 64 users and Atari XL/XE users. Who had the better home computer? Well, for some the answer equated to, “Who had the most software?” because if your buddy had 200 games and you had 20, then it […]

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One Summer Chicago student iOS-developer program

The culminating event for the coding and cinematographic opportunities of the One Summer Chicago* program was held at Apple’s Michigan Avenue retail location on August 8th.  Five finalist teams of high school and college development-interns citywide presented great-looking, practical iOS app prototypes written in the Swift programming language. I’d volunteered at Columbia College- Flashpoint the […]

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Unable to Submit App for Review – Error with language??

Have you ever tried to submit you app for Apple’s review and gotten an error – specifically seeing the Language (in the Version Information section) having a red circle with a exclamation mark in it? Well, here is the fix: Open the Media Manager by selecting the link entitled, “View All Sized in Media Manager”. […]

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Apple’s Application Loader

Did you know that your Xcode install comes with a standalone program called: Application Loader? Let me explain what this is for and when you may find it useful. First, a little background will help you. When you are finished with either a BETA version or Production version of your application prepare to send it […]

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