iPad

iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch Start Printing Wirelessly with the New iOS Release in November

Apple announced (confirmed, actually) that wireless printing will be part of the free upgrade to iOS to be released in November. The pre-release versions of the software are available to members of Apple's developer program, so the coding can begin now. Presumably, Apple's own iOS software products (iLife, iWork, and FileMaker Go) will be among the first to use this new feature.

Apple App Store Review Guidelines and Flash Update

Apple has just published changes to its App Store Review Guidelines as well as changes to its policies of allowable developer tools that will allow the use of Flash-based tools in some cases. Read the details here.

Creating ePub Books Using iWork Pages

The August 2010 update to iWork lets you export a Pages word processing document to ePub format. That means you can add it to your iTunes library and synchronize it to iBooks on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

This document provides a step-by-step guide to creating those ePub files and managing them. You'll also see the differences in the various formats: this document is downloadable in Pages, PDF, and ePub formats.

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