The Apple Developer Enterprise program, or called also as in-house distribution, allows companies to publish their apps to their users without going to the AppStore and go through Apple’s approval process. This will ensure that the apps will not be used by the public or anyone outside that company. There are some steps that you …
NS stands for NextStep, Which is the company created by Steve Jobs after he was fired from Apple in 1985. After Jobs came back to Apple, he brought the technology he created at NextStep with him which became later a naming convention for all the classes in Objective-C. For example, NSString, NSURL, and NSArray.
I recently came across an interesting article talking about the @2x image in iOS. So to summarize that, if your app supports both retina and non-retina displays then you should include on image with a regular size for the non-retina display (ex. backImage.png) and another one with higher resolution for the retina display (ex. backImage@2x.png).