Attachment 43555 I always felt that strategy and RPG games are under-represented especially on mobile devices, but this week brings some good news for fans of this kind of game. June 20 is the date that has been set for the release of turn-based strategy game XCOM: Enemy Unknown app especially designed for the iPhone and iPad
Apple has just announced iOS 7 during the keynote speech to herald the beginning of WWDC in San Francisco today. Presenting the new iOS, the first one to be designed by Sir Jony Ive, Apple CEO Tim Cook said it was “the biggest change to iOS since the iPhone.” Which is an understatement! Just has been expected, the keynote revealed that the new iOS is indeed very different to what went before, looking much flatter. As AppleInsider reports, pretty much everything about the interface has been changed, including new typography, all new icons, and a very bright colour scheme.
Attachment 42523 Apple might be America’s sweetheart, but the tech giant is not faring out so well in the mother continent, Europe. Recent information showcase that the executive body of the European Union has the American tech giant under its radar.
As we approach the holiday season, Slash Gear recently featured a very useful little piece of kit from Apotop, the DW09 Wi-Reader, which is designed to enable you to transfer data to and from your iPhone or iPod on the go. Slash Gear says that the Wi-Reader is as big as your palm, and lets you wirelessly share and transfer videos, photographs, and other data between your iPhone or iPad and an SD memory card
AppleInsider writes today that according to a news story in well-sourced Japanese blog MacOtakara, Apple is not planning to release the next full-sized iPad until after the release of the iPhone 5S, which would most likely be after September, which is when Apple is expected to launch the next iPhone.
China-based Hon Hai Precision Industry, or Foxconn, could possibly be in danger of losing much of its manufacturing orders with Apple, according to iDownloadBlog. The story comes via a Reuters report that says that Pegatron, which previously built the iPhone 4 and 4S, and currently makes the iPad mini, is looking to build the newer versions of Apple’s iPads and iPhones.
The always very credible John Paczkowski of All Things D has written a very interesting piece today all about Apple’s plans for iOS 7. Before addressing the style choices made by Jony Ive’s team, Paczkowski begins by confirming that he has heard from “sources who are forbidden to talk publicly about Apple’s plans” that Apple has diverted engineers away from working on OS X 10.9 to work on iOS 7.
AppleInsider reports today that Google has released one of its popular, until now Android-only, services for iOS users, with intelligent assistant service Google Now being integrated into the Google Search app.
The Apple iPad is one of the most popular tech products to have ever become available on the market, but what about its users? Are they happy with their Cupertino branded tablet
Tumblr is an incredibly popular blogging site, which makes the Tumblr iOS app an essential for many iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users, so I’m sure they’ll all be very pleased to hear from iDownload Blog that the popular app has just had a significant update, including a new social sharing feature, so that you can now share your Tumblr posts via Twitter and Facebook, among others. A new email template has also been added, so that you can email entire posts to your friends more effectively. Another welcome update is the ability to save Tumblr posts to read later directly from the app, via either Instapaper or Pocket
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