• xCloud

    Microsoft Hasn’t Given Up on xCloud for Other Ecosystems

    Microsoft has proven how successful Xbox Game Pass has been for them, with the service boasting 18 million subscribers, up from 15 million previously revealed. With constant updates, new games, and challenges being offered, the value of the service is a big talking point across the community. This week...
  • iOS Support

    iOS Now Supports Xbox Series X and PS5 Controllers

    Yesterday’s iOS 14.5 came with a wealth of improvements, new emojis, being able to use your Apple Watch to unlock your iPhone, but the coolest feature for me is the implementation of support for the PlayStation 5’s DualSense and the Xbox Series X|S controllers. Once you download the update...
  • Spring Loaded

    Everything Revealed at Apple’s Spring Loaded Event

    It’s here! Another event by Apple that introduced new products today including a new iPhone colour, AirTags, new M1 iMacs, and a new Apple 4K TV! New iPhone Colour Apple’s Spring Loaded event kicked off with the reveal of a new colour for the 6.1-inch iPhone 12 and 5.4-inch...
  • Apple Announces the App Store Small Business Program

    Apple announced they are cutting their share of profits in the App Store for developers who earn under $1 million, with the company confirming they will only take 15 percent instead of the standard 30 percent. The new App Store Small Business Program allows any developer who earns under...
  • Everything Apple Unveiled During the Hi, Speed iPhone 12 Event

    During today’s Hi, Speed event, we got our first official look at the Apple iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Mini, packed with new features, an A14 Bionic chip, an advanced dual-camera system, and a Super Retina XDR display with the Ceramic Shield front cover. If you’re a fan of...
  • Apple Introduces New Apple Watch, Apple One, New iPads, and More

    Kicking off September’s Apple Event in what is one of the best virtual presentations I’ve seen this year, we got a look at some of the new technology coming out of Cupertino, beginning on Friday. Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple Watch SE First up, we got our first...
  • Fortnite Pulled from Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store

    Today, Epic Games stealth dropped a new way for people to purchase V-Bucks in Fortnite on both the Apple App Store and Google’s Play Store. Instead of using either company’s in-app purchase option, Epic devised a new way within the game to pay them directly  – the benefit of...
  • Everything Apple Revealed at WWDC 2020

    Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference has once again introduced what the foreseeable future of the Cupertino giant will look like. Today, we got a look at some major changes to the Apple ecosystem. As we pass the halfway point in 2020, a lot has happened that will shape the...
  • Apple Celebrates a Successful 2019, Details Service Milestones

    Apple has seen quite the successful 2019. The company grew in ways many were not expecting. In 2019, Apple released new services such as Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, Apple Card, and Apple News+. On top of that, the company continued to improve App Store, Apple Music, and iCloud. To...
  • LEGO Builder’s Journey Joins Apple Arcade

    Apple Arcade is continually packing new titles into the subscription service that works across iOS, Apple TV, iPad OS, and Mac OS. Today, the announcement that a new LEGO title is coming is rather exciting and offers us a pretty neat way to close off the month of December....