By AppleInsider Staff Wednesday, February 07, 2018, 10:37 am PT (01:37 pm ET) Members of Apple’s public beta program can now test the new Battery Health settings available in iOS 11.3 beta 2 on select devices. In addition, a second beta of watchOS 4.3 was also issued. The second public beta of iOS 11.3 comes one day after developers were provided with the latest … Continue reading Apple lets public test iPhone Battery Health setting in iOS 11.3 beta 2, issues developers watchOS 4.3 beta 2
The nominees are in for the 2018 Game Developers Choice Awards. This will be the 18th time that awards will be handed out by the organization. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild leads the way with six nominations. Super Mario Odyssey also has a couple of nominations. Both are up for Game of the Year. You can find the full list of nominees … Continue reading 2018 Game Developers Choice Awards nominees announced
It’s below freezing in Montreal now, and I’m happy I’m not still there. But for the third year in a row, I enjoyed my recent trip to the Montreal International Game Summit. The event drew around 2,600 people across dozens of sessions. The closing talks, where prominent developers speak for five minutes each in a session dubbed the MIGS Brain Dump 2017, once again captured the worries and … Continue reading MIGS 2017: Brain dump reveals the worries and hopes of game developers
Apple has been working diligently over the last year to clean up the App Store and rid it of spam and clone applications. A new report from TechCrunch, however, outlines the effect that Apple’s newfound efforts are having on apps built around templates… Spigen TEKA RA200 Airpods Earhooks Cover The report explains that Apple is cracking down on applications that are built from a “commercialized … Continue reading Report: Apple cracking down on template applications, giving developers January 1 deadline
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