If you want to run OS X Sonoma, but can’t dedicate a computer to it, you could always install it on the UTM virtual machine engine. This allows you to test out Beta OS X features without taking over your primary machine’s OS. Pre-requisites: A Mac with Apple Silicon running OS X Ventura An Apple … Read More
This week, Ken Rimple and Sujan Kapadia drop in for some brief coverage of the last few weeks’ dev news! They also discuss helpful sites for developers, and the latest Apple event. Host Notes ETE is back for 2022! We’re virtual again this year, but don’t miss another great roster of speakers and content. Early … Read More
Ken Rimple and Sujan Kapadia cover Apple’s ‘Spring Loaded’ Event from April 20th, and chat about other dev news.
Today we welcome Don Coleman, our CIO, to talk with Ken about iOS 14: major announcements, updates, hardware, and personal takes.
Ken Rimple is joined on this broadcast by experts and leaders of Chariot Solutions – Steve Smith, Mobile Practice Lead, and Don Coleman, Chief Innovation Officer. We’ll talk about some of the innovations announced at WWDC this year. And other things could come up as well.
Apple is releasing two new iPhones and the latest version of their OS, iOS 8. If you have or are planning iOS applications, this news directly impacts those plans. Here are some things that you need to be thinking about.
Apple’s World Wide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) is taking place this week in San Francisco, and a couple of Chariot people are in attendance. Due to some restrictions, we can’t tell about everything they are learning at the sessions, but here’s an overview.
Apple recently announced that new apps and app updates must be built with Xcode 5 and optimized for iOS 7 starting February 1st, 2014. What does this mean? Well, even if your app was built and released on iOS 6 and currently looks fine running on iOS 7, your next app update will change all that. … Read More
June has been a busy month for mobile, primarily because of Apple’s launch of iOS4 and the new iPhone (antenna woes and all). However, presenting an update on that would be too easy; here are a few things you might have missed in all the hubbub. CNET reported that merely weeks after Microsoft launch of … Read More