All posts in ‘iPhone’

May 27th, 2011

Custom UINavigationBar, part 1

No Comments, iPad, iPhone, by BigSprocket.

A very common thing people want to do when writing the next killer app for the iPhone is to customize…

April 15th, 2011

Cocoa Week in Review (15 April 2011)

No Comments, iPad, iPhone, Mac, by BigSprocket.

New iOS updates released: v4.3.2 for iPads, iPods, and AT&T phones. Verizon iPhones get v4.2.7. Simply connect your device to…

December 31st, 2009

Applying Tint to Bars

1 Comment, iPad, iPhone, by BigSprocket.

Looking at the screenshots of a lot of apps flowing through the App Store, it seems that less than half…

November 18th, 2009

The Importance of Fooling Around

No Comments, iPad, iPhone, by BigSprocket.

If you take a look at my portfolio, it looks like I do a lot of goofing off, and not…

October 28th, 2009

Tourneys 1.1 Review Process

No Comments, Announcements, iPhone, by BigSprocket.

I’m happy to report that Tourneys 1.1 is now available in the app store. This is a major improvement over…

October 27th, 2009

Do you have a space in your app name?

1 Comment, iPad, iPhone, by moderng33k.

Application submission tip: Do you have a space in your app name?

October 16th, 2009

App Review Peephole

No Comments, iPhone, by BigSprocket.

I recently released Tourneys for iPhone … it’s an application that allows online poker players to see what tournaments are…

October 15th, 2009

In-App Purchases and Lite Versions

1 Comment, iPad, iPhone, by BigSprocket.

Finally! Apple now allows developers to do in-app purchases for free apps. Previously, this was a feature only available to…

October 15th, 2009

Take That, Jailbreakers

No Comments, iPhone, by BigSprocket.

In the latest move to thwart Jailbreakers, Apple has done something extremely unusual for them: changed the boot ROM on…

October 14th, 2009

I stopped waiting for it to happen

No Comments, iPad, iPhone, by moderng33k.

Back in June I submitted a whole bunch of application ideas to a company that offers to choose the good…