News tagged: Apple iPhone
Tokyo based developer DeNA has revealed that they are working on a "photorealistic arcade style shooter" game called Lawless for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. Players can pre-register for the game right now and will get an exclusive Glock weapon in the game.
It isn't a big secret that a majority of users are not happy with the new iOS 7. Apple had promised so much and more, but iOS 7 has failed to deliver on one of the most basic fronts, and that is support for existing iPhones. Older iPhones are slower when running iOS 7.
Naked Sky Entertainment, an independent developer based in Los Angeles, California, has announced that their mobile game MAX AXE will be arriving on the Apple App Store on October 31st, 2013. The cute little rail shooter has you playing as an axe-wielding Barbarian.
Sceene, an innovative app which can be found on the Apple iTunes App Store, allows iPhone owners to click 3D photographs with relative ease as well as easily share them with your friends and everyone else thanks to the integration of social networking features.
Apple announced general availability of iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C in 25 countries from October 25, 2013; including high-volume markets such as Italy, Russia, and Spain. The company also announced an equally big scale launch, slated for November 01, 2013.
It seems like the iOS 7 welcome party hasn't ended yet. After the initial wave of app UI overhaul (following the new iOS 7 design guidelines) updates that were pushed out to the App Store, right after the launch of Apple's new mobile operating system, Skype is up next.
There has been a lot of speculation regarding Apple's next big move in innovating their iPhone, with 'big' being the keyword, quite literally. From reports which originally began appearing a couple of months ago till the new one which appeared today, Apple is up to it.
According to a new report, Apple is working towards increasing their market share in India. The Cupertino company aims to do so by increasing their infiltration into Indian towns and by offering more affordable phones. Wait... What? Affordable phones?
If you've completed all 200 levels of the addictive little mobile game The Impossible Line, head back to the App Store to get the latest 1.1.0 version. Publisher Chillingo has announced they have added 100 more levels to the game. The game is free for the taking.
The first officially licensed NASCAR racing game is now available, and has made its way onto the Apple App Store for IOS devices.The game was developed by Eutechnyx, and is titled NASCAR: Redline. Note; this is a strategy game, not a racing simulator.
Just two weeks after the launch of Apple's new iPhone 5C (the replacement to yesteryear's iPhone 5), Best Buy has put the device out on sale for just $50, which is half the original launch price. Mind you, the two-year commitment hasn't gone anywhere.
Logitech's very first dedicated gaming controller, tailored specifically for the Apple iPhone, has acknowledged its existence thanks to a new image leaked by @eveaks. The reliable source has revealed to us a longitudinal device which somewhat resembles a Nintendo.
Whoever spent 69,900 Rupees for the iPhone 5S, and 47,500 Rupees for the iPhone 5C on eBay India, will be kicking themselves, as Apple formally launched the two new iPhones in India at much lower prices. The base-models of both iPhones are priced under 55,000 Rupees.
Sales of Apple's (Product)Red-branded gear, including iPods, iPad covers, and bumper accessories, added up to $65 million in donations to various organizations undertaking AIDS research, since the company's commitment to the program in 2006, the organization announced.
Twitter has announced that they have launched a new feature called "Twitter Alerts." The alerts are designed to be a bit different than a normal tweet, and have been put into place to help organizations to get accurate information out during emergencies.
Motion 9 Studios, a mobile app development company that specializes in iOS and Android games, has announced the release of their latest game, Total Dominance, for the iOS platform. The game is based on the ancient strategy board game "Six Men Morris".
With Apple's two new iPhones reaching consumers, teardowns of the two were bound to happen. AllThingsD had the pleasure of doing them iFixit style, and ran cost-estimations for each of the components it dug up, adding them with assembly costs. Apple is making a killing.
Well well, who would have thought (or not?). Apple has managed to exceed expectations with their new iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C, and have done exactly as many analysts had expected. Cupertino company is on its way to becoming richer than ever thanks to the two iPhones.
It's barely been days since Apple began globally seeding their new iOS 7 mobile operating system to compatible iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch models, and developers across the globe have been cracking away trying to find glitches in the OS. Here's the second.
The respectable team from Android Authority got their hands on the new iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C, and decided to play the "Drop Test" game with them. After numerous "drops", one phone came out without many scratches, while the other was left bruised and broken.