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A barely publicised feature of Apple’s upcoming iOS 9 could spell great news for owners of 16GB iPhone or iPads.
Sony's TV streaming service Playstation Vue has begun rolling out to iPad devices, with the app being soft launched in select US cities.
The winners have been revealed for this year’s Apple Design Awards – and half of them are games.
UK consumers will be able to start using Apple Pay next month, the company has announced.
Mattel has announced a digital release of its card game Apples to Apples is out now on iOS as a free-to-play offering.
Some of the automated algorithms that have until recently been used to populate the Apple App Store have been replaced with a curated system.
The resurrection of ‘90s virtual pet simulator Tamagotchi in the form of an app for Apple Watch has seen it shoot to number one in the paid App Store charts.
Indie developer Jeff Vogel will no longer make games for iOS, criticising Apple for its apathy with regards to the problems the firm causes for developers.
Apple has reported revenues of $58bn for the quarter ending March, marking yet another record trading period for the company.
A second title dedicated to the upcoming Apple Watch has been unveiled, this time by UK studio Bossa.
Too expensive, lacks a killer app, rubbish battery – it seems the criticisms of the Apple Watch have done little to deter tech shoppers.
Tim Cook has criticised the introduction of legislation is some US states that allows people to discriminate based on their religious beliefs.
Apple has peeled back the curtain further on its new wearable the Apple Watch, announcing pre-orders and shipping start next month.
11 bit Studio's wartime sim This War of Mine is in development for iPad devices, the developer has revealed.
Square Enix have been forced to pull The World Ends With You: Solo Remix from the Apple App Store due to the game's broken state on iOS 8.
Apple faces a fresh security threat with reports that the jailbreaking community has made a breakthrough in accessing newer iOS devices.
In its ongoing quest for complete transparency about in-app purchases, Apple has added the new Pay Once & Play category to the App Store.
Apple is rejecting games and updates that show images of guns or violence in their screenshots or app icons.
£11.9bn – that’s how much profit Apple made in its last quarter, representing the highest ever number for a publicly traded company.
Consumers can now get a refund on any digital purchase made from Apple, no questions asked.
Although Apple patents are not exactly rare, one that would bring an element of physical control to smartphone gaming is certainly worth paying attention to.
The cheapest price developers can charge for a paid-for app on iOS has been increased to 79p.
App Store developers combined to generate revenue exceeding $10bn in 2014, Apple has announced.