You may still be a bit skeptical the day after April Fools’ Day, but there's no trickery here! The games on our list this week are the real deal and provide something for everyone. Take a cane-jump down memory lane in DuckTales: Remastered or get a quick Metroidvania fix with Tiny Dangerous Dungeons. Have a blast with physics-based explosions in Gunpowder or help Little Red Riding Hood make it to grandma’s house in A Day in the Woods. Or why not just relax and deliver pizza in space in Pie in the Sky? These and many other great titles made our list so don’t be afraid to check them all out.
They came, they sold, they're gone. Last week's reappearance of the Mac mini was typical. It shows up, it gets bought out. People just love that little box of magic. Sorry we don't have any to show you this week, but don't go away! There's still a ton of great deals waiting just for you, so let's have a look, shall we?
In today's Apple Daily, the CEO of HBO claims the company decided to launch its cable-free subscription service with Apple because, well, Apple users love HBO. In other news, complications at the checkout counter are keeping Apple Pay from taking off like wildfire.
Featuring a diverse mix of smart, funny, and thought-provoking games, this week’s batch of AppStore titles is sure to give your mind a workout. Final Fantasy: Record Keeper, for example, will make you nostalgic as you play through some classic battles the series is known for. Continue your interactive journey and make more critical decisions in Episode 3 of Game of Thrones. Or why not put your logic and reasoning skills to the test in games like Rebus and The Trace? Lots of other great games made our list too, so read on and see what you should be downloading.
There are a few Mac minis in various configurations at the Apple refurb shop, but we chose just one this week: the best deal and the kickingest configuration. We've also got Airs and an iMac worth your cash, plus a few items for those of you sporting iOS devices. Let's go check it out.
Apple may want us to believe that the upcoming MacBook Air won't be able to handle external 4K monitors, but it seems it's actually selling itself short. Oh, Apple — don't be so humble! In other news, there's already another channel available for Apple TV, and gold Apple Watch buyers can expect 30-minute appointments come April 10.
In today's Apple Daily, Apple adds three new channels to the already impressive lineup for Apple TV. In other news, Apple's shipping out free decals to place on your windows and cash registers if you use Apple Pay at your business.
Photos that accidentally appeared on Apple's online store this weekend suggest that the Cupertino company might be ready to unveil a significant update to its beloved wireless keyboard. In other news, a couple of cool new features were discovered lurking in the beta for iOS 8.3.
The AppStore is bustling again this week, providing us with another impressive selection of games worthy of your time and money. Take SwapQuest, for instance: a game that is part puzzle, part RPG, and all parts amazing. Have some laughs playing the latest episode of Tales from the Borderlands and slash some foes in Stormblades. Or, why not treat yourself to the soothing sounds of Adventures of Poco Eco? Enjoy.
Yesterday we reported that Apple's rumored upcoming online TV service will boast around 25 channels at launch, and today we have a better idea of what those channels might be. In other news, we have some information regarding what to expect during the April 10 Apple Watch try-ons, and we've heard that it's possible that Apple has a small team that's completely dedicated to working with augmented reality technology.