Apple introduced the iAd platform, which CEO Steve Jobs dubbed â€œmobile ads with emotion,â€ in April. Initially, iAds were only available to advertisers who planned to spend between $1 million and $10 million, but in February, Apple cut the starting price of iAds to $500,000, according to a report, which noted that fill rates â€” the portion of advertising inventory being used â€” fell earlier this year.
In another move designed to make iAds more popular, Apple opened iAd development to third parties with iAd Producer, a tool available on Appleâ€™s Developer Page.
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