Good news for Fruit Ninja fans, the latest update is sweet! The HD version was updated with new blades, backgrounds, and challenges. What about the iPhone version you ask? Well guess what! It received all these goodies, as well as being updated for the widescreen on the iPhone 5 and the new iPod touch.
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With all the rumors regarding a cheaper iPhone arising, it’s good to have Apple’s view on things. Shanghai Evening News has published an interview with marketing chief Phil Schiller, while he and CEO Tim Cook are on their trip to China. The report, which The Next Web has translated (originally from Macerkopf.de) the report, and [...]
With the iPhone 5, Apple switched to new in-cell technology for it’s display, but it looks like it may replacing that technology as soon as the iPhone 5S. The China Times reports that Apple is researching “Touch on Display” technology to incorporate into the new touch panels on the next iPhone. The iPhone 5 in-cell technology has [...]
Apple has released a new TV ad today, highlighting the “Do Not Disturb” feature in iOS. The timing is ironic, as users have uncovered a new bug that prevents the scheduling for Do Not Disturb to turn off. This is just too good. It just works! The ad features pro tennis players Serena and Venus [...]
It looks like Apple is selling iPhone 5′s are selling like hotcakes, even in the China market. Just three days after its launch, Apple has announced it has sold over two million iPhone 5‘s in China. The most recent launch included 32 other countries, but the announcement only covers China’s sales.
Have an iPad mini or an iPhone 5? Great news: Apple has released iOS 6.0.2, aiming to fix an unnamed Wi-Fi bug. Many users were reporting Wi-Fi connection issues on the iPhone 5, so this is great news. Meanwhile, iOS 6.1 is still being tested by developers, with Apple pushing out the fourth beta a [...]
Among many new features, including the switch to Apple’s own mapping solutions, iOS 6 removed some features such as the native YouTube app. Good thing they didn’t take as long as updating this one as they did with their GMail app. Google then went on to release it’s own YouTube for iOS app, which was [...]
Today AT&T announced that it is planning to allowany customer “with an LTE device” on a “tiered data plan” to use FaceTime over cellular, as was introduced in iOS 6. Previously, only customers with one of the new Mobile Share plans could use the feature.