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iPhone 5 apps optimizer
Ralf Jurrien : September 21th 2012 - 12:20 CET
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Mutual MobileiPhone 5 apps develop tips : The new iPhone 5 is completely redesigned to feature a stunning new 4-inch Retina display. The Apple iPhone 5 supports ultrafast wireless standards including LTE and DC HSDPA, so you can browse, download and stream content even faster. The 8 megapixel camera is the most popular camera in the world and with iPhone 5, it’s even better. The iPhone has become a powerful player and force for change in the enterprise for its ease of use and compelling feature smartphone. As the new Apple iPhone 5 hits record sales numbers, businesses across diverse industries must consider how Apple's smartphone and its latest generation of mobile software will impact existing mobile apps, as well future development efforts.
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Apple iPhone 5 apps
“The iPhone 5 will sell in the tens of millions very quickly, so the business case for supporting its new specifications is clear. iPhone users are notoriously passionate about their smartphones, but much more fickle when it comes to applications. Any negative experience with one of the iPhone 5 apps can significantly impact a brand’s app store ranking or cause users to uninstall an app,” said Tarun Nimmagadda, co-founder of Mutual Mobile. “Savvy organizations are not only addressing the transition, but also evaluating new capabilities to deliver a more rewarding experience for end-users and gain a competitive advantage.”

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iPhone 5 apps - Screen size
How will extra screen space affect user experience? The taller screen of the new iPhone 5 translates to a new aspect ratio with more pixels. For existing iPhone 5 apps, this could mean “letterboxed” content that diminishes or impedes the user experience. However, new applications written to support the new screen layout may benefit from added space to display more information. Brands should work closely with mobile development teams to test and evaluate the new screen size impact and opportunities.

iPhone 5 apps

Apple iOS 6 Maps app
Will Apple maps still get your customers there? Apple will no longer use Google Maps data for its new Maps app in iOS 6, a move that could be disruptive to consumers more familiar with Google’s functionality. Brands should be aggressive in preparing for this change, ensuring key locations such as storefronts are accurately mapped including turn-by-turn navigation, which can affect everything from consumer-facing retail to internal sales enablement.

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iPhone 5 app tips - Passbook
Can Passbook provide new revenue opportunities? Retail, e-commerce and subscription-based services should look for new ways to integrate Passbook into existing iPhone apps to drive increased loyalty and revenue. From mobile check-ins to real-time coupons and offers, Passbook could provide a significant boost to mobile point-of-sale and pave the way for

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iOS 6 with social media integration
Are you ready to engage on Facebook? With new social media integration, iOS 6 developers can build apps that post status updates and share photos directly to Facebook. For consumer-facing brands, this can provide significant marketing and sales opportunities, increasing brand visibility and engagement across more customer touch points.

iPhone 5 apps

iPhone 5 apps develop tips
How can APIs help you create a stickier user experience? iOS 6 includes APIs for In-App Purchasing, allowing users to download iOS 6 and iPhone 5 apps, music, videos, books and other content without leaving the app. Forward-thinking brands can take advantage of this feature to create brand-packs for their most engaged users, encouraging them to find and download all the iPhone 5 apps and media associated with the brand from within the app itself.
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