Goodbye “Home” button, Goodbye “Touch ID”

Goodbye “Home” button, Goodbye “Touch ID”

Apple just held a special event on September 12, 2018 where they announced the new iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, and Apple Watch Series 4. The new Apple Watch Series 4 was redesigned with the largest Apple Watch display yet. Advanced heart monitoring capabilities, such as ECG. Digital Crown with haptic feedback ...
Apple Developer Enterprise Program Setup

Apple Developer Enterprise Program Setup

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 need to follow in order to achieve that. I will walk you through my experience of publishing such apps for your clients. More details can be found here.

Ask the client to create an Apple Enterprise Developer account, and provide you with the username and password or add you as to the account if they don’t feel comfortable sharing such info. In my experience, most clients will send me their account info and I will do whatever is needed to setup their account. This is usually because the clients/account managers are not technical enough to deal with creating accounts or add users under “Users and Roles” in iTunesConnect and under “People” in Apple Developer portal. To create an enterprise account, you can visit Apple’s website here. Not that the Enterprise program will cost $299/Year.

Disassembling your iPhone by Liam

Disassembling your iPhone by Liam

Such a great and detailed video by Apple showing how Liam, Apple's robot, disassembling an old iPhone and taking it apart. "True innovation means considering what happens to a product at every stage of its life cycle. Liam disassembles your iPhone when it’s no longer functioning, so the materials inside can live on." - Apple
Why iPhone TouchID doesn’t work after rebooting?

Why iPhone TouchID doesn’t work after rebooting?

You might noticed that after you reboot your iPhone you can't use the touchID and you are forced to enter your PIN or Password in order to use your phone. Here is why, According to Apple, the touchID doesn't store your finger print but rather stores a mathematical representation of it which can only be accessed by the Secure Enclave, which is protected by your…