Alongside the seeding of watchOS 2 (Beta 5) – which for the first time adds the ability for users to choose how long their display will stay on for after waking the screen up, Apple has tonight also released the fifth beta of iOS 9 to developers.
Perhaps showing just how popular the cartoon franchise has become, since its original inception by marine biologist and animator, Stephen Dillenburg – in May 1999, SpongeBob Moves In, a fun and play-for-free game based on the hit teen animation series, is now charting at #2 on the FREE iOS Chart in the U.S.
Despite downtime that affected Apple’s iTunes Connect service in the last several hours, a glitch which delayed some developers from getting their own app updates out to iOS users, on Wednesday, the iOS App Store has seen a variety of notable app updates – recently.
Here’s what’s new.
As we approach the end of the month, Apple is this week turning its attention to highlighting the awesome page-turners set to become available for download on the iBooks Store – this August.