Today we've got a couple of juicy Apple news tidbits that could mean a lot to some folks out there. For one, against the expectations of almost everyone, Apple looks like it's prepared to roll out a refresh for the iPod line as early as next week. In addition, Apple is finally going to fix a longstanding issue with the iOS keyboard.
If you’re a fan of puzzlers, roguelikes, and just some awesome new mobile games, this week’s batch of App Store downloads does not disappoint. Magic fans can now play and build their decks right on their phones and those curious about the card game can try it out at no cost. Those looking for a great AR game that also doubles as a solid tower defense title can check out Clandestine: Anomaly and defend their neighborhood from an alien invasion. And those with a penchant for puzzles are sure to enjoy adding numbers in The Mesh, spelling words in Alphabear, and solving the mysteries in the last episode of Forever Lost. Keep reading for more of this week’s great games.
This week’s batch of App Store downloads features one of the most diverse lineups of games this year, ranging from a chiptune rhythm platformer to an action game where you get to punch werewolves in the face. Those looking for a game that’s bursting with color and happiness are sure to delight in Sega’s newest hero, Heroki. Divide by Sheep will somehow make you equate math with the adorable butchering of sheep, and Blockadillo will satisfy your brick-breaking appetite. And if you want to smash even more yellow bricks with a side of humor, take LEGO Minifigures Online out for a spin right on your phone. Keep reading for more on these and other great picks out this week.
Another set of "leaked" photos appeared today, and these hint that we'll get to enjoy a much more powerful LTE chip in the upcoming iPhones. And that's not all on the hardware front: new iPods (or at least new colors) may be on the way, too! Also, there's now a full-length trailer for Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs biopic.
If you ever feel like there aren’t enough quality games out on the AppStore, have a look at this week’s batch of downloads and remember how much awesomeness a mobile game can provide. iOS-friendly versions of Dragon Quest VI and Lego Batman: Beyond Gotham make this week's list as well as a very intriguing mystery game called Her Story. Fort Meow is a fun physics puzzler starring an army of cats and The Abduction of Bacon at Dawn is sure to keep you smiling. Read on to check out these and more great titles out this week.
Audiobooks are fun to listen to during a commute, or anytime your eyes and hands are busy, but they come at a premium price with limited selection. Not to worry: in three simple steps, you can have your iPhone or iPad read any ebook to you without the need for additional apps. [via TechRadar]
A plethora of games may have been announced at E3 this week, but many of them won’t be available until later this year or even 2016. Luckily, this week’s batch of App Store games is as solid as ever, and the best part is, they’re available right now.
iOS 9 may not feature any jaw-dropping innovations, but it's packed with enhancements that will help us work and play smarter and faster. Read on to discover why Apple's next mobile OS will be every bit as important as iOS 7 was.
The week before E3 offers up a solid selection of new iOS games to keep you busy, and as always, there’s plenty of variety in this week’s batch. So if you like puzzles, RPGs, or even dating sims, you’ll find something for you in our list. Angry Birds Fight! makes its worldwide launch and lets you battle it out with players around the world in a fun match-three game. The beautiful Transistor also makes its iOS debut, and a freemium version of Threes! is now available. Read on for more great games released this week.
In today's Apple Daily, Apple is said to be preparing to launch its music streaming service with the option of trying it for 90 days for free. Meanwhile, there's good news and bad news at the Apple Online Store: all AT&T subsidized iPhones with two-year plans have been removed, but same-day delivery is now offered for some purchases.