iOS beta users can no longer leave App Store reviews

22 Jul 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

15 new iOS 9 features that are rocking our world.

Until now, iPhone and iPad owners running pre-release software have been able to moan about these unexplained crashes and random restarts via Apple’s App Store review system.File this under notable PSA: Apple just implemented a change that prevents users with devices running its latest iOS beta (that’s iOS 9 right now) from leaving reviews in the App Store.

Apple upset a significant portion of its user base (case in point: the excellent email below) when it disabled Home Sharing for iOS devices in iOS 8.4.Apple Inc. does not want you writing reviews of apps while using the latest version of its mobile operating system, iOS 9, at least while its still in beta. This is a sensible and wholly logical move since beta versions of iOS are works in progress which may affect or break certain parts of a developer’s app without that developer initially being either aware, at fault, or able to provide a fix. Apple opened the beta program for iOS to the public (with some stipulations) for the first time this year, having previously kept its in-development software strictly for those with a developer account.

The reinstatement isn’t really a surprise — Apple VP Eddy Cue had publicly promised to bring back the feature before; most likely, it was disabled while Apple hashed out an agreement with music labels. Thought leaders from the biggest brands and most disruptive companies will share winning growth strategies on the most pressing challenges marketing leaders face today.] The new Watch OS 2 beta continues to refine and bug-fix the OS that will bring native apps, Wi-Fi access, and other improvements to the Apple Watch.

Now that we’ve had the chance to play with the iOS 9 public beta, here are some of our favorite features—both big and small—that have changed our lives for the better. The change will be of some relief to developers that have received negative reviews from device owners that experienced app problems on the prerelease operating system.

New features to iOS9 in general are major improvements to Siri and search, tablet multitasking and a redesigned News app, among a variety of other features. The software allows those plucky enough to download it to take Apple’s new Maps app for a spin, along with the revamped multitasking menu, Notes app, Proactive Siri and Split View for iPad. µ This month, Mac Stories expressed concern that increasing numbers of beta users are able to leave reviews — and, in particular, negative ones — so it’s good to see that Apple is listening and reacting.

El Capitan, which was announced at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference, will bring split-screen functionality and refined search to Apple laptops and desktop computers, among other things.

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