2K Games released an official statement and said that they recently provided inaccurate information to their customers with regard to the removal of BioShock for the iOS platform from the App Store.
Apple confirmed the apps were compromised because developers “downloaded counterfeit versions of Xcode”, the company’s app-making tool.
There is no price difference between signing up for Netflix on the iOS app versus on their website, which is interesting since Apple’s terms say they will get a 30% cut of any in-app subscriptions.
The iOS 9.0.1 update fixed problems including a major fault with the “Slide to upgrade” feature that prohibited some users from being able to switch from iOS 8 to iOS 9.
Netflix has just updated their iOS applications for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch with subscription support via the in-app purchases feature. This caused for a huge wasted space. This should significantly reduce apps’ download size. App slicing detects the device the app is being downloaded to, ignores the bits that aren’t needed and cuts down app sizes to the bare essentials.
Apple insists, however, that app thinning will be added in the future, but there’s no timeline for it just yet. Bitcode analyzes an app’s binary code to ensure that it is optimized for software updates.
Apple has clearly understood the fact that “no bugs” is no doubt the most preferred situation, but an honest and open transparent approach is far more welcomed.
For the non-beta channel, iOS 9 also has an update today – iOS 9.0.1. They took 5 months to admit about GMT bug and seven for WiFried bug.
All in all, this poses a clear threat to iPhone users now on iOS 9.0.1, but reports claim that it isn’t a 100 percent accurate means to hack into one’s phone.