Whether you need to test Location Services in your app, or you want to spoof your location in somebody else’s app, Xcode provides a handy tool http://www.neglectedpotential.com/2013/04/spoofing-location-services-in-ios/
If my initial post about Apple’s advertising IDs and IDFVs left you wondering what to use in your app, @skabber has a deeper look at unique identifiers & what developers need to know. http://www.doubleencore.com/2013/04/unique-identifiers/
I’ve read a lot of incorrect information on Apple’s Advertising IDs and how “Limit Ad Tracking” works. Hopefully this post helps clarify some things. http://www.doubleencore.com/2013/04/what-apples-limit-ad-tracking-feature-actually-means-to-users/
@strike Agreed. The type that get notoriety from their work, but then their work becomes talking about doing great things. Not a fan myself. Hope to always stay grounded in doing what I enjoy and sharing what I find with others.
“Building and running a gigantic botnet & then watching it as it scans nothing less than the whole Internet at rates of billions of IPs per hour over & over again is really as much fun as it sounds like.” http://internetcensus2012.bitbucket.org/paper.html