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Apple's operating system crafted specifically for mobile devices.

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Game Center does not currently have any mechanism for saving game progress. For games which store progress information on your device, that information will be deleted when you delete the app. Howeve …
answered Mar 25 '12 by jtbandes
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Yes, it does involve authentication by certificate. From this article from Apple: iOS supports VPN On Demand for networks that use certificated-based authentication. You specify which domains …
answered Mar 21 '12 by jtbandes
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It seems that Safari on iOS doesn't support this natively. You have a couple options: Workaround: If you're not too worried about security, you can embed the username and password in the link … itself, and bookmark that: http://username:password@hostname.com/... (Also of note: it sounds like iOS may pop up a warning when you visit a link that includes a username and password.) Alternative …
answered Mar 22 '12 by jtbandes
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The apps from FileMaker sound like they would be good candidates: Bento (iPad & iPhone) Use standalone or synchronize with Bento for Mac. Create and edit custom databases directly on iPhone or iP …
answered Mar 23 '12 by jtbandes
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When setting up a new iOS device or installing the Messages Beta on OS X, you can log in with your iMessage account to start receiving & sending messages with iMessage. One advantage of iMessage is …
asked Apr 24 '12 by jtbandes
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icns format. I'm also able to view the png images inside Dock.app. (Which particular images can't you view?) But most png images on iOS are optimized for display on iOS (which involves switching some …
answered Apr 2 '12 by jtbandes
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The built-in iOS keyboard does not support this, but you can add a shortcut from Settings > General > Keyboard. This way you only have to copy/paste once. …
answered Apr 15 '12 by jtbandes
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Developers access your Twitter accounts through the Accounts framework. When an app requests access to your accounts, it uses the requestAccessToAccountsWithType:withCompletionHandler: method. (The o …
answered Mar 23 '12 by jtbandes
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The real key name you're looking for is CFBundleIconFiles. Xcode displays short human-readable names for several keys; this one should be called "Icon files", but you can enter the key directly. See …
answered Mar 30 '12 by jtbandes
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You can search through the All Mail folder instead.
answered Aug 20 '11 by jtbandes
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positioning system (XPS). Prior to iOS 4 iOS tapped into the Skyhook Wireless database of Wi-Fi hotspots and their locations. Apple disclosed in April 2010 that they had switched over to their own … augment the crowd-sourced database of Wi-Fi hotspot and cell tower locations. In addition, if you are traveling (for example, in a car) and Location Services is on, a GPS-enabled iOS device will also …
answered Mar 23 '12 by jtbandes
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I haven't found a detailed list of the exact behaviors. For the most part, it seems that everything is simply pixel-scaled (which is why text looks bad), except for images which were scaled down to be …
answered Mar 20 '12 by jtbandes