I have just completed our first issue of our magazine under a single issue license and uploaded to iTunes for approval. We completed this in the SD resolution for iPads 1 and 2, and as a standard jpg/png format.
My question is this, if the PDF option is better for resolution on the iPad 3, and we didnt want to have to purchase another single issue licence to provide a HD version for iPad3, could we create a new folio as a PDF version, then publish that and upload to the viewer under our existing Single issue license?
Basically we would be just upgrading the existing app to the PDF version so it performs better on the iPad 3....
Would there be any inherant problems doing this? Am i better off just keeping the existing jpg/png version?
I dont have an iPad 3 to compare on, so im hoping that you all can offer me advice on the best way to proceed...
So the single edition license will allow me to update my existing published app to a pdf version instead of the png/jpg version with no problems.
Is it worthwhile doing is the next question? Does it make much difference when viewing a SD iPad app on an HD iPad?
There are pro's and cons in PDF over PNG/JPG, whats everyones thoughts on either version compared to SD and HD?
Michael, Editing is not allowed if your App is submitted and approved by Apple, in case you wish to edit, please developer reject the app, and contact DPS support to reset your serial key or PM me your Viewer Builder id. Note that DPS single edition is a one time use only license and editing is not allowed post Apple's Approval.
For publishing to iPad 3, create a PDF format folio at of 1024*768. If you use formats Folio contents may look rasterised or pixelated when viewed on iPad 3. Thus if you are using DPS Single edition, using PDF format is best for you.
**DPS SE Serial key resets are done only after approvals.
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