Apple's services had a bunch of incredible games to kick things off, but since then? Not much.
After being picked by Apple to attend the company's developer conference, he was given a chance to pitch them—and seized the moment.
It may technically be a "golf game," but 'What the Golf' does not care what you think it is. 'What the Golf' does what it wants, and it's one of this year's funniest games.
It's not a seamless transition from an iPhone to an Apple TV, or from a touch-based interface to a controller. And cloud saves are a problem.
If “engagement” and “time spent” are the metrics of success, won’t that just lead people to make games that encourage it?
In another world, 'Grindstone' is a cool idea undercut by frustrating and intrusive microtransactions. Here, you're allowed to focus on the game. What a concept!
Your iPhone can do more than you know. With these iOS tricks, you’ll increase your battery life, get access to exclusive apps, connect your phone to a surround-sound system, and figure out who’s calling by the way it vibrates.
The future is here, and so are strangers in iPad masks pretending to be you.
Turning Off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth in iOS 11's Control Center Doesn’t Actually Turn Off Wi-Fi or Bluetooth
And it’s a feature, not a bug.
‘Sky’ is a “romantic, social” game that you can play with a single finger.
Nearly 20 years before Apple popularized the tablet computer, it created a series of prototype devices that in some ways operate closer to the modern-day iPad Pro than the machine it actually released in 2010.