Meanwhile, Apple has released iOS 6.1, the latest version of its iPhone, iPad, and iPhone software.
The Apple app developer market ain't what it used to be.
According to a new study from Freelancer.com (hat tip to CNET), the number of postings for iPhone and iPad developer gigs dropped in the fourth quarter of last year – the first time that's happened since Freelancer.com started keeping count. The site reports that between Q3 and Q4, iPhone jobs fell 3.8 percent, to 5,298 jobs; iPad listings, meanwhile, fell 14 percent to 2,036 jobs. So what's behind the new numbers?