TV was the hot Apple topic this week in Apple land. Not only is Apple supposedly launching a subscription-based cable alternative later this year, but the long-awaited Apple TV update is rumored to make an appearance this June. Read on for that and lots more, including details on Nintendo heading to iOS and some Steve Jobs-related news!
In today's Apple Daily, Apple at last seems poised to launch that online TV service that has been rumored for years now. In other news, Nintendo has finally agreed to start making games for the iPhone and iPad, but not surprisingly, there's a significant catch.
As they happened to have $400 million dollars just kicking around anyway, the Japanese game moguls at DeNA thought they’d, you know, buy ngmoco. Just because they could. Seriously though, the news of DeNA's pricey aquisition is significant, as the $400 million transaction is easily one of the highest ever paid to buy out a company that specializes in iOS application development.