A lot of people were anticipating the fact that iPhone 5S had a possibility of falling back to Apple’s iPhone Summer release date timeline. Unfortunately, due to much speculated fingerprint sensor issues, this may not happen.
A lot of people were anticipating the fact that iPhone 5S had a possibility of falling back to Apple’s iPhone Summer release date timeline. Unfortunately, due to much speculated fingerprint sensor issues, […]
NimbleBit has really built a great reputation for themselves in being one of the strongest and loudest voices in indie development. They’ve released a string of hits after hits and […]
It’s pretty much a collectively accepted notion that there’s a new iOS update every year. This year’s update however iOS 7 seems to be running behind schedule. Daring Fireball’s John Gruber […]
Shortly after T-Mobile announced they will be offering ‘HD Voice’, AT&T has announced it will begin to support the iPhone 5′s wideband audio later this year, as reported by AllThingsD. […]
NimbleBit has really built a great reputation for themselves in being one of the strongest and loudest voices in indie development. They’ve released a string of hits after hits and they’re back with an actual game rather than a simulation. Check out Nimble Quest!
“Lead a conga line of heroes to glory against hordes of enemies across an endless number of stages. How many enemies can you defeat? Swipe to steer your unstoppable (seriously, you can’t stop) party as they cut a path of destruction through levels filled with different enemies and power-ups.
Shortly after T-Mobile announced they will be offering ‘HD Voice’, AT&T has announced it will begin to support the iPhone 5′s wideband audio later this year, as reported by AllThingsD. ‘HD Voice’ provides significantly better call quality whenever the network and devices support it.
Zen Pinball seems to be on the news a lot lately, but can you blame them? Zen Studios has been pumping out the releases and updates nonstop. The main fuzz lately has been over the ‘Star Wars Pinball’ DLC that was released.
Although Zen Pinball was not properly updated for the iPhone 5 widescreen, ‘Star Wars Pinball’ did. Luckily, for those who have been waiting, Zen Studios has finally updated it.
When Steve Jobs suddenly passed, there was talk that he laid out enough groundwork for Apple to continue as a successful company for at least a couple of years. They said he planned on a lot of iOS hardware and software long before they will be released.
A statement by San Francisco district attorney George Gascón confirms this. He said: “the next two generations of iPhones have already been developed and that Steve Jobs was involved in their development, saying “they preceded Tim Cook”.”
No it’s not Project Titan, but Blizzard Entertainment’s big reveal at PAX East is ‘Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft’. It will be a free-to-play collectible card game that’s coming to PC, Mac, and later on iPad. That’s right, Blizzard is putting out a F2P game on iPad.
One of the biggest hits for PopCap, prior to being purchased by EA for $650 million back in 2011, was Plants Vs. Zombies. And luckily for all the fans of the game, they have confirmed that Plants Vs. Zombies 2 will be arriving this summer. PopCap didn’t release any other information about the sequel, but it did launch another PvZ title for Facebook called Plants Vs. Zombies Adventures.
Over at PAX 2013, Firaxis surprised everyone when they announced the full version of XCOM: Enemy Unknown is coming to iOS this summer. The iOS port will support iPad, iPhones, and iPod Touch. On PC and consoles, XCOM looks fantastic, and we can only hope that Firaxis is able to maintain the graphical polish on the iOS port.
At their Uncarrier event in New York, T-Mobile USA announced that it will begin to carry the iPhone on April 12th, under it’s new “Uncarrier” policies. That means that T-Mobile is no longer the only major U.S. carrier to not sell the iPhone. The iPhone 5 that will be sold through T-Mobile is a modified version of the A1428 iPhone 5 that is currently produced for the AT&T network.
There’s Minecraft and there are a billion other blatant ripoffs of that game. I personally prefer The Blockheads a lot better, but the clock not running when you close the game really somewhat made it less enjoyable. The latest update fixes that and adds more features!
“Explore, mine, craft and build in this giant and detailed sandbox game. Navigate huge simulated worlds thousands of blocks wide with a full temperature and climate system, seasons, an equator, and frozen poles. Explore complex cave systems and flowing water, and survive deserts and snowy mountain tops.”