This Week in iPhone & iPad News – March 19/2010

GDC 2010: The Best of Both Worlds: Using UIKit with OpenGL Slides from Noel Llopis’ session at GDC this year are now available.

How to Make Your Own iPhone RFID Reader

iPhone/iPad Developer Events (Google account required)

API enables developers to register multiple apps to Medialytics at once Medialet’s has been busy upgrading their analytics offering.

PayPal Launches Revamped iPhone App, Teams with Bump for Phone-Tapping Money Transfers The updated PayPal iPhone application now allows you to “bump” two iPhones together to transfer funds.

Sword and Sworcery This iPhone game won best achievement in art at this year’s Game Developer’s Conference. I really can’t wait for this to come out!

How the iPhone Helped Make Game Startup Unity a Winner The CEO of Unity explains how the iPhone helped make Unity what it is today.

‘Rage’ for iPhone and iPad Coming Soon id Software’s next major console game ‘Rage’ will also be targeted to the iPhone and iPad according to John Carmack.

Apple Releases Fifth Beta of iPhone SDK 3.2 for iPad

The Top 15 Brands on the App Store Might Surprise You PositionApp allows you to track how iPhone apps are doing on the App Store.

Xcode Project Template Expansion Macros Jeff Lamarche catalogued all of the known Xcode project expansion macros in a handy to reference table.

You Can Now Schedule Price Changes for Your App Apple has recently announced the new feature in iTunes Connect that will allow you to schedule price changes for your app, including In App Purchase items.

Star Wars Light Saber Duel iPhone App, now with Bluetooth Due out next month, this seems to be a definite hit.

‘SimCity Deluxe’ Upcoming iPhone Game A big upgrade to the existing SimCity game for the iPhone is due out soon. Take a look at the screenshots.

Notifo is a Simple Mobile Notifications Platform for Anything If you’re having trouble managing push notifications on the iPhone, you might want to take a look at this new Y Combinator-backed company’s API.

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