In today's Apple Daily, Nintendo finally reveals a timetable of sorts for its mobile game releases, but we might end up waiting a while for them. Also, Apple widens its lead as America's favorite smartphone manufacturer, and experts say the Apple Watch's heart-rate monitor is quite accurate, to the point that it even matches up with "EKG accurate" devices.
In today's Apple Daily, Tesla CEO Elon Musk claims he's looking forward to the day when Apple enters the automobile business. And for a bit of fun, a new video shows us what it'd be like if Siri was our mother.
The month of May is off to a great start as this week’s batch of App Store downloads features some scintillating titles that are well worth getting. Everyone’s favorite calaca is back in Grim Fandango Remastered so you can now explore the Land of the Dead anywhere you go. Beast Quest also delivers some monster-hunting good times, but if you’d rather catch them, try out EvoCreo instead. And just when you thought Goat Simulator couldn’t get any more ridiculous, GoatZ brings with it some undead humor. Have a look for more.
There’s something for everyone in this week’s batch of new iOS games, and each one of these gems is sure to impress. Broken Age concludes Shay and Vella’s adventures with Act 2 and brings with it some impressive puzzles and twists. Fans of RPGs are sure to enjoy the many encounters in Ys Chronicles 1 and Trulon. Superheroes more your speed? Marvel Future Fight is the game you’ll get hooked on. Wany something zany? Try Bears vs. Art. And if you like Tekken and Galaga, why not get two for one in the weirdly addictive Galaga: Tekken? Read on for more.
In today's Apple Daily, we learn that Apple is behind schedule on Apple Watch shipments because of production problems centered on a key feature of the device. In other news, a third-party app glitch keeps dozens of American Airlines flights grounded after it shows up on pilots' iPads, and insider sources claim that an Apple Store app could be coming to the Apple Watch sometime this summer.
Yes, the Apple Watch is launching tomorrow, but your iPhone and iPad are still the best ways to get your gaming fix on the go for now. This week’s batch of AppStore downloads features some fresh new puzzlers like Dungeon Link and Battle Odyssey as well as the clever Does Not Commute. Those looking for some scares can try out Forgotten Memories and UFC fans will enjoy EA’s latest title. And if you’re picking up an Apple Watch, Letterpad is the game you’ll want. Read on for more great picks.
Since the new MacBook recently dropped, we figure that most Apple buyers are thinking about things that are shiny and fancy and new. Don't get us wrong; we're still touting the best of the best in the refurb market here, because that's where the deals really get awesome. But this time we're only offering up models from 2014. Anything older than that, while still likely a pretty amazing machine, and the tag of "new" (or even "newish") doesn't quite stick. These are some of the freshest re-boxed Macs on the market, and any one of these will save you loads of cash if you're looking for great deals.
In today's Apple Daily, some Apple Watches that were sold after the April 10 morning sellout are reportedly going out much sooner than expected. In other news, you can apparently replace your Apple Watch's band without replacing the entire watch, and a jilted lover from Japan dumped her ex-boyfriend's entire Apple collection in the tub.
This week’s batch of AppStore downloads features some familiar names as well as brand new games that are worth your time and dollars. Hearthstone finally makes its way to iPhone and features some sleek mobile-friendly additions fans will love. For those wanting a bit more action, WWE 2K provides all the pounding necessary for a good throw down. Tiny Guardians provides us with an adorable tower defense experience and Mega Drift is a racing game we can’t put the brakes on. Want more options? Read on for more great downloads.